Support for Implementing Employment Support Programmes
Implementing employment support programmes can involve organisational changes.
Work Counts offers a range of practical support and training to help you develop and deliver successful IPS employment support programmes that are seamlessly integrated with your current service delivery approach.
Recognising that every organisation is at a different stage on the employment support journey, our services can be tailored to meet your specific needs.
For teams and organisations that want to improve current services, talk to us about conducting a Fidelity Review or complete a supported self-assessment at your own pace.
The intensity of this model really sets it apart. It’s a collaborative, community endeavour that achieves great results.
- Ian McKenzie, General Manager – Mental Health and Addiction Services, Te Whatu Ora Te Tai Tokerau
To ensure employment is a priority for people who access mental health services, you need a plan that engages everyone right across the health system.
- Jane Kinsey, General Manager Mental Health, Addictions and Disability Support Services, Te Whatu Ora Nelson Marlborough
In following people for 30 years in dozens of research studies, it’s totally clear to me that there’s nothing that helps people to recover in the same way that supported employment does.
- Robert Drake, M.D., Ph.D.