We work with you and your services to develop an individual care plan.
The Care Coordination Service is for people involved in alcohol and drugs programs. It coordinates services for people who have significant alcohol and drug issues and also one or more of the following:
an acquired brain injury
mental or physical health issues
intellectual or cognitive impairments
at risk of homelessness
factors in their environment that pose a risk (such as family violence).
Together with you, your care is coordinated to ensure the most appropriate services are provided. You are supported to play an active role in decision-making.
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) – Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS)
Burnie Youth Alcohol and Drug Service (BYADS)
Youth Family And Community Connections (YFACC)
“Before I started the Care Coordination program, my life was a mess. I used drugs, gambled my money, had nowhere to live and suffered from depression and anxiety.
I started the program ten months ago. Since then things have improved heaps as a result of the support I got from my worker. I have somewhere secure to live, I’ve reduced drugs and gambling and I’ve got a more optimistic outlook on life.”