Reform agenda for alcohol and other drug sector in Tasmania
Reform agenda for the alcohol and other drug sector
The Reform Agenda for the Alcohol and Other Drug Sector in Tasmania (AOD Reform Agenda) is a 10-year plan to ensure Tasmanians affected by alcohol, tobacco and other drugs use can access appropriate, timely, effective and quality alcohol, tobacco and other drugs services, supports and treatments.
- It will build an integrated service system that provides better coordination, collaboration and communication between the components of the service system.
- This includes continuity and coordination of care across a continuum including a stepped-care approach and the adoption of a client/consumer-centred approach.
- The AOD Reform Agenda will provide the overarching framework of reform directions and activities that will be phased in to deliver the right mix and level of services to meet the needs of Tasmanians.
- Together with its implementation plan, it will also guide the future planning, funding and delivery of AOD services in Tasmania.
Actioning the Plan
Alcohol and Drug Services will now start implementing the reform directions and key actions.
- It will complete an initial implementation plan focusing on the projects and programs supported through the budget.
- An immediate priority will be recruiting staff and putting the implementation governance structure in place.
- Updates will be provided through this website.
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