Social and cultural outcomes

Ch.2: Understanding Social Recovery reportThis chapter discusses the social recovery monitoring work undertaken by CERA, including the Canterbury Wellbeing Index which it developed to monitor social recovery indicators across 28 agencies. It also describes the development of new survey methods such as the CERA Wellbeing Survey and the Youth Wellbeing Survey to collect self-reported wellbeing data from residents over time.

In recovery, evidence matters. You need to understand what is happening to people to progress their recovery.

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