Q&A – Why Collaboration is Important

Do users need to get clean before they can effectively access supports? Or do they need to access support systems in order to get clean?

Often the amount of support needed to promote effective change in any client is more than any one agency can provide. Collaboration between health and support organizations is essential to ensuring clients receive the best possible care. In this video, Suzanne Galloway discusses some of the reasons for collaborative care.

October 29, 2015


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