Gippsland PHN invites service providers and stakeholders to attend one of the online events to contribute their ideas, recommendations and priorities for meeting the aims of the Primary Mental Health Care and Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Commissioning Strategy.
The aim of the commissioning strategy is to ensure Gippsland PHN is commissioning services which effectively meet the current needs of the Gippsland community. Stakeholder consultation is a key component informing the tender specification process, so please codesign with us and get involved.
Explore ways to address issues such as:
While the sessions have a key focus of primary mental health care or alcohol and other drugs, we will be exploring opportunities to strengthen integration of the two types of supports at all events.
We encourage participation of stakeholders at all levels, including leadership, clinicians and workers.
The sessions will be facilitated by external consultants.
Gippsland Primary Health Network (PHN) invests in local mental health care services and drug/alcohol supports.
Gippsland PHN invites consumers and people with lived experience to attend one of the online events which are facilitated by people with lived experience, to contribute their ideas, recommendations and priorities for improved Primary Mental Health Care and Alcohol and Other Drug supports.
We are planning services for 2022/2023 and would like community members to be part of the process.
Help us make better decisions about the types of services needed to meet your needs.
We look forward to hearing your ideas and recommendations.
Share your ideas on ways we can improve primary mental health care and drug/alcohol supports in Gippsland.
You may wish to consider some of the following issues in your contribution:
If you would like to submit your ideas, recommendations or priorities through a telephone interview with an external consultant, please email us Share Your Ideas to arrange a time.
Interviews close 30 September 2021.
If you would like to contribute after this date, visit Tell Gippsland PHN.