Inquiry into Service Coordination in Communities with High Social Needs

Inquiry into service coordination in communities with high social needs

On 25 June 2015, the NSW Legislative Council established an inquiry, conducted by the Standing Committee on Social Issues, into “Service Coordination in Communities with High Social Needs”.

The inquiry was established to examine barriers and enablers to service coordination in New South Wales for both government and non-government service providers.

The Chair of the committee, the Hon Bronnie Taylor said, “Communities with high social needs are crying out for assistance and coordinated help. The identification of best practice models in service coordination, and the possibility of identifying some areas to implement models of best practice, is an important part of this inquiry.”

View CRN’s submission to this inquiry into Service Coordination in Communities with High Social Needs.

Submissions closed on 16 August 2015.

Visit the NSW Parliament website for more information about this inquiry.