Primary Care Partnership (PCP)

G21 – Geelong Region Alliance auspices the Primary Care Partnership (PCP) which is funded through the Victorian Department of Health

Victoria's Primary Care Partnership (PCP) strategy brings together local health and human service providers who work together within voluntary alliances to improve access to services and provide continuity of care for people in their community.

PCP partner organisations focus on better coordination among services, management of chronic disease, integrated prevention and health promotion, and strong partnerships.

Victoria’s 28 PCPs involve approximately 600 organisations, including hospitals, community health services, Primary Health Networks, local governments, mental health services, drug treatment services and disability services.

 

PCP & GOVERNMENT RESOURCES

These child health guidelines set out what is expected of child health services provided through the Community Health Program. These guidelines complement the overarching Community Health Integrated Program (CHIP) guidelines which aim to improve consistency across the state in planning, program...

These guidelines describe what is expected of organisations funded to deliver the Community Health Program. The guidelines will help to improve consistency across the state in planning, program design and service delivery as well as to clarify expectations for coordinated service provision. The...

The diversity of Victoria’s population is one of our State’s greatest assets. The Department is committed to supporting diversity and reducing health inequality through accessible and appropriate health service delivery. It is important that health care services meet the needs of everyone in our...

Grants Victoria

The Victorian Government grants directory enables you to search for government grants and assistance within the state of Victoria. Find here the community, education, legal and business grants or financial assistance which are available to you.

Victoria's health workforce is critical to the overall success of the state's health system.

The ageing population and increasing burden of chronic disease present new challenges to health service delivery in Victoria. Similarly, evolving technologies and models of care also generate new...

HAnet is an online interactive network that will enable you to discuss and think about “healthy ageing”, and how you encourage people to achieve it. The network is for health professionals and service providers to work together, share information and resources, and discuss best practice...

There is growing evidence worldwide of the benefits and effectiveness of investing in health promotion programs, through an integrated approach. Integrated health promotion programs deliver benefits for the community through promoting positive wellbeing, strengthening community capacity and...

Primary health care refers to a broad range of health services most often delivered in community-based settings. Primary health care services seek to intervene early to maximise health and wellbeing outcomes and prevent or slow the progression of ill health.

Victoria has a distinctive...

These guidelines are for all services delivered through the Community Health Program to meet the needs of people from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.; These guidelines complement the overarching Community Health Integrated Program (CHIP) guidelines which aim to improve consistency across...

This service aims to strengthen parenting skills and family relationships by ensuring that parents have access to high quality parenting information, skills training and support.

The service provides a wide range of parent education and skills training including programs for schools,...

Service coordination aims to place consumers at the center of service delivery ensuring that they have access to the services they need, opportunities for early intervention and health promotion and improved health outcomes. The practice of service coordination particularly supports more...

The Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF) has been developed by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development in partnership with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority in November 2009 for implementation from 2010.

The Continuous Improvement Framework is deisgned to assist organistions implementing serivce coordination.

The plan will guide investment and drive better mental health outcomes for Victorians, bringing together the ideas and insights you shared with us through the online consultation and forums.

It delivers long-term vision for the next decade and outlines 15 outcomes to guide efforts,...

The Victorian public health and wellbeing outcomes framework provides a transparent approach to monitoring and reporting progress in our collective efforts to achieve health and wellbeing. The outcomes framework brings together a comprehensive set of indicators drawn from multiple data sources. These indicators can help us track whether our combined efforts are improving the health and wellbeing of Victorians over time.

The Victorian public health and wellbeing plan 2015-2019 outlines the government’s key priorities over the next four years to improve the health and wellbeing of all Victorians, particularly the most disadvantaged.

As many chronic disease and injuries are preventable, the plan focuses on...

The Victorian refugee and asylum seeker health action plan 2014–2018 articulates the Victorian Government’s commitment and action to improve the physical and mental health of refugees and asylum seekers. It describes Victoria’s partnership approach to delivering responsive and appropriate...

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