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Commissioners, service providers and service users can use this guidance to understand the:
evidence of good practice in service user involvement
different levels of user involvement
impact of involvement on service users and treatment effectiveness
The types of service user involvement described are:
involvement in their own care or treatment plan
involvement in strategic development and commissioning
developing peer mentoring and support
developing user-led and recovery-focused services
The guidance includes good examples of service user involvement from across the country.