Hearing Voices Network Aotearoa are looking for people to share their views and experiences as part of their peer support network survey. They plan to use the information gathered for funding applications to get the resources they need to grow groups and resource group facilitators.
You can view the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5G3S72S
The following is a quote from Arana Pearson (Chairman) taken from the site:
The feedback you provide is immensely useful for our network. At present we have no funding to grow the network and the committee wants to complete an application to the frozen funds trust amongst others in order for us to meet our strategic direction goals. Please be assured that all responses are confidential and no individuals or organisations will be named in the evaluation report. The question about disability support relates to other possible funding areas that have been possibly identified.
all responses are confidential and no individuals or organisations will be named in the survey report
Privacy statement: the survey results will only be used to disseminate the information about the Hearing Voices Network Aotearoa and maybe used for funding applications
The results of the survey will be reported to the hearing voices network and to everyone who fills out this survey and who indicates they want to receive the summary survey results
Keepwell Ltd is voluntarily supporting the design, development and dissemination of this survey and has the resource to do this. Keepwell is not receiving any payment for the development of this survey and feely donates the time of Arana Pearson to engage with Hearing Voices Network Aotearoa for this work. Keepwell is a training organisation that supports HVN Aotearoa.
Mr Arana Pearson (BA, QBE)
Chairman: Hearing Voices Network Aotearoa/Director Keepwell Ltd
If you live in New Zealand, please support HVN Aotearoa by filling in this survey. See: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5G3S72S
You may also want to check out their excellent website which has lots of information, coping strategies and insights. See: www.hearingvoices.org.nz