Like the He Ara Oranga wellbeing outcomes framework, the Initial Commission worked on the development of the He Ara Āwhina service monitoring framework by starting with a co-define (scoping) phase.
The Initial Commission scoped the He Ara Āwhina service monitoring framework in consultation with communities between October 2020 and February 2021.
It sought feedback on why we should monitor mental health services and addiction services, what we should include in our monitoring approach, and how we should go about our monitoring work.
This work was handed over to Te Hiringa Mahara when it opened on 9 February 2021.
In response to the co-define phase feedback, we have developed the He Ara Āwhina framework to monitor and assess the mental health and addiction system as a whole, not just the services that people receive. We are doing this by listening to people and communities and taking on board their ideas.
Learn more about the He Ara Āwhina system monitoring framework.