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Posted 15th June 2015

Alcohol and Other Drugs Mental Health

We are pleased to announce that the preliminary results from The Bouverie Centre’s 2014 survey of Victorian government funded alcohol and other drug (AOD) and mental health (MH) service providers are now available for download

In late 2014, workers and managers from state funded AOD, clinical mental health and mental health support services across Victoria were invited to have their say about The Bouverie Centre in an online survey. The survey aimed to gauge respondents’ experiences of the centre, and more importantly, to determine the types of support required by the workforce to assist them in delivering family responsive services. In addition to providing an important avenue for feedback, those that took the time to share their thoughts went in the running to win an iPad Air 2.

Over 500 respondents provided valuable insight into the needs of practitioners and managers in the mental health and AOD sectors, particularly with regard to how they might best be supported to work with families. This information will be used by The Bouverie Centre to tailor services and products to better meet the workforce’s needs.

Click here to download a copy of the report.

If you would like to find out more about the survey or if you have any queries about the preliminary findings please contact Brendan O’Hanlon, Mental Health Program Manager, at  b.ohanlon@latrobe.edu.au  or via telephone on 03) 9385 5100.

Please join us in congratulating Mel Thurley from Orygen Youth Health, winner of the iPad Air 2.

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