Te Whatu Ora: A Step In The Right Direction

March 10, 2023, 11:12 a.m.

The Government’s approach of using frontline service providers to address inequities for Māori with mental health and addiction needs is making good progress in many communities, a new report says. An independent evaluation of the Māori Access and Choice program, commissioned by Te Whatu Ora, has highlighted the program’s success at achieving and improving equity. The independent review also highlighted the kaupapa Māori framework used to achieve equitable outcomes for Māori in primary mental health and addiction services.

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