Service User Involvement: a guide for drug and alcohol commissioners, providers and service users

King’s Fund Health Management and Policy Alert

This guide captures some of the progress made over the last decade in service user involvement, and confirms that it remains a priority, making suggestions for local service development and recommendations about how best practice may be identified, replicated and built upon. It describes 4 different levels of service user involvement, from co-developing one’s own care plan through to initiating and running recovery-focused enterprises. The guide showcases a number of examples of unique services from across the country that have been set-up by, or run by, former alcohol and drug users.

via Health Management and Policy Alert: Service user involvement: a guide for drug and alcohol commissioners, providers and service users.

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