Implementing new services in a recovery environment

This guide outlines tips for designing and implementing new services to address social recovery needs. Central to service design in a recovery context is the client. This guide is designed to help social recovery practitioners design and implement innovative, client-centred services in the fast paced social recovery environment.

New service development in the fast paced recovery context means bringing community and other stakeholders along with you so the new service is fit for purpose.

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