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Roles & responsibilities for supporting disabled people and young people under the Children, Young Persons & Their Families Act

New Zealand Parliament Ministry of Health New Zealand Country Resources Child and Youth Disability policies/plans/legislations and service standards New Zealand 1 June 2009 Policy document child and adolescent mental health

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Child, Youth and Family, a service of the Ministry of Social Development, and the Health and
Disability National Services Directorate of the Ministry of Health have a memorandum of
understanding (MoU) between them

This document is the guideline to support the principles outlined in the MoU. It provides
professionals working within Child, Youth and Family, the Ministry of Health and needs
assessment and service co-ordination (NASC) organisations with guidance on how to apply the
MoU. It has been developed by Child, Youth and Family and the Ministry of Health in
consultation with operational staff and NASC organisations


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