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Established in 2009 and aligning to the Canterbury Clinical Network in 2012, the Mental Health Workstream provides oversight of the strategic direction of the Canterbury mental health system with an aim to achieve a user-centred, whole of system approach to mental health and addiction services. Its clinical leadership role includes reviewing current service activities and proposing transformational service improvement.

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In 2018 a New Zealand Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry was held.

Over 2,000 people attended public meetings, 5,200 submissions were submitted and the Inquiry team attended over 400 meetings.

The subsequent report was released in November 2018 and contains 40 recommendations. You can read the full report here.

 

 

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Work Plan 2020-21/22

For Mental Health Workstream. Read full CCN work plan.

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Report of the Government inquiry into mental health and addiction