Partners in Recovery evaluation and monitoring project: final annual report 2013-14

The first report from the Partners in Recovery (PIR) evaluation and monitoring project broadly focussed on programme establishment by the 48 PIR organisations during the first year of PIR.

Page last updated: November 2014

Date of publication: November 2014

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The key aims of the evaluation are to:
  • examine the implementation and delivery of PIR
  • assess the impact on PIR clients, carers, PIR organisations, other service providers and the wider health service-delivery system
  • evaluate PIR's effectiveness in improving the system and care available to people with severe and persistent mental illness that have complex multi-agency needs
  • identify implications and develop recommendations to inform the ongoing roll-out of the initiative.

Mental health programs: