Consumers and carers, let's talk about local alcohol and drug services
Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Are you a health professional in south eastern Melbourne? This consultation opportunity may suit some of your clients who are eager to share their experiences.
The South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN), invites consumers and carers to be part of an important conversation about local alcohol and drug services.
SEMPHN funds a range of treatment programs throughout south-eastern Melbourne that support people in their recovery from alcohol and/or drug misuse.
SEMPHN understands that more can be done to improve the quality of services for people affected by alcohol and drugs, as well as their families and carers. SEMPHN would like to learn about your experiences with local alcohol and drug services while exploring what has worked for you, what could be done better and what you think an ideal treatment service would look like.
We don’t expect you to come up with the solution. We do, however, hope to gain a much better understanding of some of the real challenges experienced when seeking alcohol and drug treatment, or caring for someone who is affected by alcohol and/or drugs. This information will help SEMPHN focus its efforts to address these challenges.
We are running four separate sessions across south-eastern Melbourne:
Tuesday 22 October, 3-5pm
Frankston headspace, 62 Playne St, Frankston
2. St Kilda
Thursday 24 October, 3-5pm
Christ Church Community Centre, 14 Acland St, St Kilda
Monday 28 October, 3-5pm
Palm Plaza Meeting Room, McCrae St, Dandenong (next to the public toilets)
4. Narre Warren
Wednesday 30 October, 3-5pm
Mechanics Institute (Meeting Room 2), 59 Webb St, Narre Warren
Registration is essential for catering purposes.
All participants will receive a flat fee of $60 to attend the consultation.
If participants are unable to attend and wish to nominate someone else, please contact Jeff on the above details.
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South Eastern Melbourne PHN acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land our catchment covers, the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people. We pay respect to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future, and uphold their relationship to this land.
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