AOD Continuing Coordinated Care Program South East NSW Region

St Vincent de Paul’s AOD Continuing and Coordinated Care (CCC) Program is a free and confidential service for people who are struggling to address their drug or alcohol issues. The program provides continuing care and intensive support that assists people to maintain their engagement with treatment services while helping them to address other complex needs.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

The AOD CCC Program is open to people who have moderate or severe problematic drug or alcohol use and other complex needs that are getting in the way of their engagement with treatment.

The program is open to people aged 18 and older who:

  • are receiving community-based Alcohol or Other Drug (AOD) treatment, or
  • are interested in, or waiting to enter, community-based or residential AOD treatment, or
  • have recently left community-based or residential AOD treatment

WHAT SUPPORT IS PROVIDED?

The AOD CCC Program supports people to:

  • build connections with AOD treatment services as well as other health services
  • access housing, education, training and employment services
  • enhance their day-to-day living skills
  • develop personal strategies to reduce the harm caused by drug or alcohol use
  • build better and healthier connections with the local community through recreational and social activities
  • identify strengths and develop motivation to bring about positive and lasting change in their lives

INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE?

Contact us for more information:

Enquiries T: (02) 4228 8140

M: Scott 0466 621 055

M: Kelly 0466 794 576

Email: cccp.sensw@vinnies.org.au

Alcohol & Other Drugs – Continuing & Coordinating Care Program, St Vincent de Paul Society, Coniston, NSW

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