A framework for social recovery

Ch.2: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video
This video explains the psychosocial pyramid model CERA and partner agencies used to ensure psychosocial services and supports met diverse recovery needs as they emerged and changed over time. Michelle Mitchell (CERA Deputy Chief Executive 2011-2015) describes the pyramid model, and the relationship between universal supports, family and community supports, targeted services, and specialist services.

Make sure you keep people at the centre of your thinking at all times…..it won’t be easy, it will be a long journey, but it is one worth taking.

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