News

Like us on Facebook  or Tweet with us on Twitter

Subscribe to our CVPCP updates – emailed directly to your inbox

         CVPCP News Archives        


  • Pocket Evaluation Resource available: Inspired by the Go Goldfields pocket evaluation, the CVPCP team fixedhave made one that can be used by all CVPCP members (see picture).  It is best suited for community forums as it is interactive, quick and simple.  Please contact our office to book this resource.
  • Loddon Mallee Roadmap Report, November 2016
  • The Regional Wellbeing Survey’s mission is to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of people living in rural and regional Australia. To achieve this, each year we ask people living across Australia to take part in our survey. Taking part lets you have your say on issues that affect your wellbeing and the liveability of your community. These issues range from your access to the internet and key services, to how events such as floods and drought are affecting you, and how safe your community is, amongst others. This year we also have some questions about experiences of caring for others, and the types of support needed by carers.
  • During 2015 Dr Lucio Naccarella from the University of Melbourne developed a Sustainability Self-Assessment Tool Kit to support HealthWest to evaluate the sustainability of future project actions and effects. While this tool was created with the work of HealthWest in mind, during its development it was realised that the tool might be useful to other agencies, key stakeholders and partners. An additional supplement to the Self-Assessment Tool Kit is also available.
  • DHHS Update – DHHS is also undergoing another restructure from March 2016, please see attachment.  DHHS is also interested in supporting PCPs strategic thinking around the government focus on ‘place-based’ models.
  • Macedon Ranges Support After Suicide Group meets regularly in Newham.  Follow the link here for details.
  • ACSO Connect provides voluntary Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) intake, assessment and referral service across regional Victoria, both in person and via phone. To ensure easy access and prompt response for GPs, ACSO Connect have created regional AOD referral options exclusively for GPs.
  • Consumer Engagement Literature Review, 2015

website by