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The Bouverie Centre seeks feedback from the Vic govt funded AOD and MH workforce

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The Bouverie Centre seeks feedback from the Vic govt funded AOD and MH workforce

Posted 28th November 2014

Alcohol and Other Drugs Mental Health

The Bouverie Centre is pleased to announce the launch of a survey designed to gather information from Victorian government funded alcohol and other drug (AOD) and mental health (MH) service providers about their experiences of The Bouverie Centre and the types of support they require from the centre to deliver a service that is responsive to families. The results will be used to help Bouverie tailor their products and services to better meet the workforce’s needs.

Workers and managers from state funded AOD, clinical mental health and mental health support services within Victoria are invited to participate in this important feedback process.

The survey is now open and can be accessed at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Workforcesurvey2014

It takes approximately 15 minutes to complete; less if the respondent is in a leadership role within their organisation.

All information given will remain confidential. Survey results will be reported in summary form only.

In addition to helping Bouverie create a better service for the workforce, there is a further incentive to participate in the survey. Managers and workers from Victorian government funded AOD and MH services who take the time to share their thoughts will be eligible to win an iPad Air 2. *Terms and conditions apply.

Competition entries will close 22/12/14 at 5:00pm. A winner will be drawn 12/01/15.

If you have any questions please contact us at m.wills@latrobe.edu.au.

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