Te Hiringa Mahara, the Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission, is investigating access to mental health and addiction services. They want to understand the factors that impact people’s access to mental health and addiction services as well as what is contributing to changes in recent service use volumes.
As part of the investigation, they would like to interview people across the mental health and addiction sector who are involved, or closely connected, with facilitating people’s access to mental health and addiction services, such as by making referrals.
These interviews will be mainly conducted virtually and should take between 30 to 45 minutes. If you are interested in being interviewed, please email Te Hiringa Mahara at email@example.com and someone will arrange a time to talk with you.