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Crisis mental health services play a critical and valuable role; they are crucial to the delivery of mental health services in New Zealand. Furthermore, they underpin both District Health Board mental health services as well as services provided by non-government organisations (NGOs) and community agencies. This review looks...
Social Work Now, Issue 19, pages 8-13. Annette Beautrais, Peter Ellis and Don Smith report on their unique study of suicide risk among youth in contact with Child, Youth and Family.
This report presents the findings of the evaluation of the lead funder prototype pilot. The pilot was developed from the Best Funding Strategy, an initiative developed under the previous government. This reviewed funding arrangements and sought ways of reducing the compliance costs that fall on community...
Women living without violence - An evaluation of programmes for adult protected persons under the Domestic Violence Act 1995
with: Ministry of Justice: MoJ
In 1998, the Ministry of Justice contracted the Institute of Criminology through Victoria Link to provide both process and outcome evaluation of two programmes for adult protected persons provided under the Domestic Violence Act 1995. The principal aim of the evaluation was to establish:
This paper reports on the findings of the evaluation and monitoring strategy that focused on policy reforms for Domestic Purposes Benefit (DPB) and Widows Benefit (WB) recipients, effective from 1 February 1999. Increased participation in employment was the primary means by which the reform objectives were to be achieved.
Problem Gambling Counselling in New Zealand 1997-1999 is a supplementary report released as part of the New Zealand Gambling Survey. It provides a comprehensive profile of the people recieving help for gambling problems from services funded by the Committee on Problem Gambling Management (the Problem...
Between 1997 and 1998, Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) Community Advisors worked with community groups to establish crime prevention projects under the Community Project Workers Scheme (CPWS). The projects were located in areas identified under the 1997 Government Crime Prevention Package as five of New Zealand’s crime “...
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