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Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams

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Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams provides bettter outcome for people who come in contact with police who need assistance for a wide range of health and welfare issues

Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams provides bettter outcome for people who come in contact with police who need assistance for a wide range of health and welfare issues

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  • 1. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams Using Collaborative Partnerships at the Police/Health Interface to Address Community Problems
  • 2. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • What we will cover
      • The Concept
      • The Policy Context
      • Current Situation
      • A few facts
      • What people say
  • 3. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Introduction
    • Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams is about;
      • Developing a system of work
      • that is conducive to building trust and sustainable commitment
      • through establishing partnerships & teams
    • Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams represent;
      • an evolution at the Police/Health interface ,
      • building on what we know and
      • putting the next phase into practice.
    • The concept provides:
      • people who come in contact with police access
      • to an integrated community based response
      • at a local level.
      • And in many instances diversion from the Criminal Justice System .
  • 4. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • The Concept
      • Health care professionals form teams at a municipal/police service area level.
      • This enables police to refer a wide range of people, including victims and offenders or any person in need of assistance to a single team at a local level.
      • Each person referred develops an individual action plan and is supported if further referral is required.
  • 5. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Advantages
    • Significantly reduces the number of referral pathways
    • Positive occupational health and safety outcomes
    • experts to assess and refer clients to most appropriate services, not police
    • a more integrated response across sectors from health and welfare professionals,
    • timely response,
    • system of work that promotes trust and sustainable commitment,
    • Simplified & streamlined processes for services users and referrers
    • Enables holistic and integrated responses, recognising many members of the community have multiple, complex needs that require case management and ongoing assistance.
  • 6. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Policy Context
      • Commonwealth Government
        • National Drug Strategic Framework
        • National Alcohol Strategy
        • The National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children
        • National Homelessness Strategy
        • National Primary Health Care Strategy
  • 7. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Policy Context
      • State Government
        • A Fairer Victoria – Creating Opportunity and addressing disadvantage
        • Growing Victoria Together: A Vision for Victoria to 2010 & Beyond
  • 8.  
  • 9. State Government Policy (continued)
      • Because mental health matters
  • 10. State Government Policy (continued)
      • Because mental health matters
      • “ Rethinking some of the boundaries and pathways that have guided service provision is critical.”
      • “…… .it requires new types of relationships and shared responsibilities for assisting people with mental health problems across sectors.”
  • 11. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Policy Context
      • Policing
        • The Way Ahead: 2008-2013
        • “ For everyone in Victoria, police are often the first point of contact when they need help. Where we can, we help straight away, and through our partnerships connect people with community and government organisations who can provide ongoing assistance.”
  • 12. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Policy Context
      • Primary Care
        • Community Health Services – Creating a Healthier Victoria
        • Primary Care Partnerships Strategic Directions
  • 13. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Current Situation
      • 3 x Programs
        • Northern Assessment & Referral Team
        • Shepparton Moira Assessment & Referral Team
        • Border Integral Referral Team
  • 14. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • A Few Facts
  • 15. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
  • 16. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
  • 17. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
  • 18. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
  • 19. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • What people say:
      • Officer In Charge Echuca Police Station
      • Echuca Regional Health
      • L/S/C Narelle Fraser Kyabram Police Station
      • Goulbourn Valley Community Health
  • 20. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Enhanced police, health and community outcomes
      • Police – reduced incidents requiring police attention, greater job satisfaction, reduced workload
      • Health & Welfare – more referrals, appropriate, informed and supported referrals
      • Community – healthier and more connected community, improved sense of community safety and cohesion, reduced crime rates, more proactive policing
  • 21. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Enhanced police, health and community outcomes
      • Efficient and effective way to identify and engage people
      • By addressing the causes that result in police attention, people are diverted from further or prolonged contact with the criminal justice system.
      • Frees up police resources to perform proactive policing.
      • Early intervention to address often systemic problems that affect the person’s ability to contribute to the community.
      • Improves service uptake
      • Enhances referral outcomes
  • 22. Community Health Interdisciplinary Teams
    • Any comments or further information
      • http://thefutureofpolicing.blogspot.com/