Click here to see what difference catchment based planning has made in our catchments since it began in 2015.
Catchment Based Planning (CBP) is a systematic way to understand our local communities and the services they require. Catchment planners are based locally, and work to understand the AOD service needs of our catchments; ensuring that AOD treatment services are: in the right locations; delivering the right mix of services; and coordinated effectively with the other services our clients need.
This information has been designed to inform AOD and other community service providers, organisations responsible for health service commissioning, as well as service managers and planners for project scoping and other decisions relating to service provision.
Information sheets for the North & West Metro Region are available on the following topics:
- 2018 Service mapping and geographic demand analysis– (updated) a geographic analysis of service demand and client residence
- 2018 AOD Client demographic analysis– (updated) examining client characteristics in detail
- 2018 Primary drug of concern analysis (updated)
- 2018 Culturally and linguistically diverse client analysis (new)
- 2018 Supplementary spreadsheet analysis (new)
- 2018 Family violence analysis (new)
- 2017 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients of AOD Services– looking at what’s different about our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients.
Further information sheets are in development, focusing on Forensic clients, Client pathways, Service Mapping, LGBTQIA+ clients and Young people. Please feel free to contact us if there is a specific topic you would like more information on.
Short, usable snapshots of measures and trends related to AOD and Mental Health. Organised by Local Council Area, these summarise demographic, socio-economic and health-related data through AOD and mental-health lenses.