Clinical Care Coordination Program
The Primary Health Network (PHN) has commissioned Coast & Country Primary Care (CCPC) to deliver the Clinical Care Coordination Program.
About the Program
The Clinical Care Coordination program provides recovery-focused support and care coordination for individuals with a diagnosed mental illness who require additional care to manage their recovery in the community.
Care coordination is provided by mental health clinicians & peer workers who work closely with the client’s GP or primary referrer.
Where is the Support Provided?
Clients can be seen at their homes, at the CCPC Erina office or at a place mutually suitable for the client and staff member.
• The person has a diagnosed mental illness and requires moderate to high-intensity mental health care and coordination to enable them to remain in the community during their recovery.
• The person has no other mental health support or services in place.
• The referral must include a mental health treatment plan, client goals, risk assessment, and relevant client history.
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