Proposed 2022 Community Mental Health Service Model of Care Consultation
Community Mental Health Services is an important part of the South Australian mental health system. We are committed to providing a specialist mental health service to our consumers.
To meet this commitment and ensure our services are contemporary and consumer centred the Mental Health Clinical Program (MHCP) has reviewed how Community Mental Health Services’ are delivered to address the impact of severe mental health illness in our community.
This has resulted in the development of the proposed 2022 Community Mental Health Service Model of Care which describes how we will work with you and the services we will provide to support your care needs.
The proposed 2022 Community Mental Health Service Model of Care is not a new service but rather a reorganisation of services that matches your care needs. We are moving to a service model where your care coordinator supports you to live well and stay well in the community depending on where you are in your journey to recovery. There will be a seven-day service for consumers who need increased short-term care and a five-day dedicated recovery service. We will also support our services with a dedicated Youth Service that operates 5 days.
- 2022 Community Mental Health Service Model of Care – Amendment 1 September 2022 (PDF 2.2MB)
- CMHS Model of Care poster (PDF 337KB)
- CMHS Model of Care poster — Aboriginal (PDF 1.1MB)
Dates of consultation
The proposed 2022 Community Mental Health Service Model of Care opens for consultation on Thursday, 11 August 2022 and closes on the 14 September 2022.
Provide your feedback
Consumer centred care is at the forefront and is central to the proposed 2022 CMHS Model of Care.
You can provide feedback on the proposed changes via HealthCALHNCommunityMHRedesignProject@sa.gov.au.
Feedback and advice from our consumers is important to us to help us design a service that is suited to the needs of our community.
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