System Reform Projects 2013 - 2016
From 2013 to June 2016, the South Eastern Melbourne Partners in Recovery (SEMPIR) program had two distinct focuses:
- To provide care coordination to consumers experiencing severe and persistent mental illness with complex needs within South Eastern Melbourne
- Through providing this care, uncover the gaps and barriers consumers experience in how the service system works, and then work collaboratively with organisations to create sustainable improvements
In order to make sustainable improvements to the current mental health support services, SEMPIR needed to find out:
- The challenges and barriers that consumers and carers face in working towards recovery
- What services can do better to help people in their recovery.
SEMPIR collected information from February 2014 – November 2014 from a wide range of sources in order to answer these questions.
The results were compiled into a report which you can download here:
SEMPIR then worked together with its partner organisations to develop an implementation plan around service system reform. The report can be downloaded here:
A summary document that contains information about what SEMPIR found and what they hope to do next can also be downloaded here:
System Reform Projects
Below is a summary of the projects that ran from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.