Integrating Services - Criterion Conferences

Aug 23, 2013 - st vincent's Hospital. Kate Cvetanovski northside Community services. Cameron French & Tim Neate st vincent's Hospital. Christos Iliopoulos.
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Integrating Services to Reduce Homelessness

Breaking the cycle via collaboration between mainstream & specialist services

20th & 21st November 2013, Sebel Surry Hills, Sydney

Key speakers

Learn strategies for Improving accessibility to mainstream services Managing complex joint cases

Dr Jim O’Connell President

Mike Allen Chief Executive, Housing NSW

Boston Health Care For The Homeless

Department of Family and Community Services NSW

Establishing formalised service agreements with mainstream providers Maximising service outcomes through collaboration

John Feneley NSW Mental Health Commissioner

Martin Hehir Deputy Secretary for Schools and Youth

Mental Health commission of New South Wales

Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations

See inside for more speakers

Pre & Post Conference Workshops Workshop A

Workshop B

How to develop systems for multidisciplinary teams

How to establish & formalise effective partnerships

Endorsed by

Hear from all levels of government and draw lessons from the USA

Register 3 delegates at the ‘standard price’ & bring a 4th delegate

FREE! To register

phone 1300 316 882 fax 1300 918 334 [email protected]

Driving a sustainable end to homelessness through collaboration “The one-year transitional agreement for 2013–14 is an important first step towards an integrated and holistic response to homelessness beyond 2014” The Hon. Mark Butler 2013 Given partnership funding has been extended for another year, it is more important than ever to strengthen linkages between Specialist Homelessness Services (SHS) and mainstream services. The need for partnerships underlines just how important it is to break down the silos of mainstream providers when working with people experiencing homelessness. This conference will address the challenges associated with integrating SHS and mainstream services such as health, education and employment. Informative presentations and case studies will highlight the importance, development and implementation of a collaborative approach. This conference will address how to: •• Deliver responsive and flexible models for integration •• Foster relationships with mainstream providers for improved services •• Implement quality systems for multidisciplinary teams •• Understand the positive effects of streamlining services

“Very informative – great ‘snapshots’ of successful services” Cathy Tracey, Senior Manager, Family & Community services, CatholicCare, 2012

“The information was very relevant and useful” Nicole Moore, Senior Policy Officer, ACT Community Services Directorate, 2011

“This conference raised some interesting issues and ideas for solutions” Julian Sawicki, Chief Executive, UnitingCare Wesley Bowden Inc., 2011

Who will attend? All levels of Government, Homelessness & Housing Providers and Mainstream Services with responsibilities for:

SAVE $300

when you register by 23rd August 2013

Hear key contributions from: Karyn Walsh Micah Projects Gary Moore Homelessness NSW Felicity Reynolds Mercy Foundation Sue Cripps Catholic Community Services NSW/ACT Sonia Chudiak & Wayne Merritt Melbourne City Mission Anthea Smith & Jamil Bakri The ORS Group Kate Incerti City of Port Phillip Catherine Goodwin Neami National Ltd Amy Cason St Vincent’s Hospital Kate Cvetanovski Northside Community Services Cameron French & Tim Neate St Vincent’s Hospital Christos Iliopoulos Freedom Housing Pty Ltd Andrew Crawford Independent Director of Various companies

General Management Strategy Operations Homelessness Services Coordination

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