The consultation phase to provide feedback on the development of a framework to monitor mental health services and addiction services is now closed.

The Initial Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission provided people with an opportunity to have their say on the He Ara Āwhina service-level monitoring framework.

The framework will support the Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission’s function to monitor mental health services and addiction services and will be used to advocate for improvements to those services. This function was transferred from the Health and Disability Commissioner Act 1994 to the Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission when it was established on 9 February 2021.

Feedback was sought on three foundational questions to help the Initial Commission shape expectations for, and the approach to, the He Ara Āwhina service-level monitoring framework. The closing date for feedback was 9 December 2020.

Visit the have your say section on our website for more information about how people were able to provide feedback.

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