Whāriki he aka hui: ‘One-stop-shop’ collaboration in Christchurch addiction services
In Ōtautahi Christchurch He Waka Tapu, Odyssey, the City Mission, Nova Trust, Familial Trust, Salvation Army, and Canterbury DHB have created a ‘one stop shop’ model of care to support easier access to services for people with addiction problems. Housed in one building, services work together to provide a gateway to a range of treatment and support and with tāngata whai ora consent, information is shared between providers for consistency and to reduce duplication. With immediate screening and referral, people are directed to the best option for them. Tangata whai ora are linked with a peer support guide and offered immediate access to open support groups.
Tracey Fitzgerald, Christchurch Central Service manager will explain how the service was conceived and answer member’s questions about benefits and logistics.
From 22 Jul 2021, 1:00 PM to 22 Jul 2021, 1:45 PM
Duration: 45 minutes
Ended 87 weeks, 22 hours ago
Te Whāriki o te Ara Oranga is a network for innovators, leaders and influencers in mental health and addiction services to share great ideas about what works. It supports creative collaboration and builds connections to transform services.
A shared safe space to wānanga - listen, contemplate and create solutions; the purpose of Te Whāriki o te Ara Oranga is to improve services for tāngata whai ora and whānau.