Recovery monitoring and surveying hard-to-reach populations

This case study describes challenges faced by the Youth Wellbeing Survey team implementing the survey in the field. Understanding the experience and recovery needs of young people is important for recovery planning, but reaching young people and encouraging participation in the survey was challenging.

Collaboration to connect with hard-to-reach populations brings more resources to the table.

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