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Access to education or training, advisory services, peer support and social networks and employment support may be included. Ability to re-engage with services Addiction problems often involve relapse. In these instances, it is important that mechanisms are in place to allow people to re-enter service immediately if there is a problem with their success in recovery. Service users and their family and whānau should be made aware of how to re-enter with services if necessary. Services may at times have waiting lists, and these should be managed in conjunction with other services and prioritised according to level of risk. 2.1 M ā ori Health Refer to tier one Mental Health and Addictions Specialist Services service specification. 3. Service Users Refer to tier one Mental Health and Addictions Specialist Services service specification. 4. Access 4.1 Entry and Exit Criteria Entry and exit criteria specific to the Service are described in tier three service specifications. Addiction Services Specification tier two November 2009. Nationwide Service Framework 4
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5. Service Components 5.1 Processes The processes include but are not limited to the following: health education; engagement; assessment; diagnosis; treatment; case management; consultation, advocacy, liaison; support; review process and discharge. 5.2 Settings The Service may be provided in community, home and hospital based settings. 5.3 Key Inputs The key input for Addiction Services is the workforce. 5.4. Pacific Health Refer to tier one Mental Health and Addictions Specialist Services service specification 6. Service Linkages Linkages include, but are not limited to the following: Service Provider Nature of Linkage Accountabilities Addiction Providers Facilitate Service access and participation Liaise with local addiction providers to facilitate accessibility to services and ensure pathways to access are known. Mental health service providers Primary Care providers Referral Liaison processes Establish relationships and referral pathways and liaison processes to promote timely access to services for physical and mental health problems Other health service providers such as medical services and emergency departments within a general hospital Liaison processes Liaise and work with other providers to ensure needs of clients are met, ie managed withdrawal. 7. Exclusions Refer to tier one Mental Health and Addictions Specialist Services service specification. 8. Quality Requirements The Service must comply with the Provider Quality Standards described in the Operational Policy Framework or, as applicable, Crown Funding Agreement Variations, contracts or service level agreements. 9. Purchase Units and Reporting Requirements Purchase Units are defined in the joint DHB and Ministry’s Nationwide Service Framework Purchase Unit Data Dictionary. Specific reporting requirements apply at tier three service specifications.
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