1 The Salvation Army The Basin Centre A Residential Recovery Program for Alcohol and Drug Addiction Basin Olinda Road, The Basin, Victoria, 3154 Postal Address, PO Box 34, The Basin, Victoria, 3154 Enquiries (during business hours) Telephone
3 North Basin Property Administration and Accommodation Main Entrance The Basin Village
6 Basin-Olinda Road P.O. Box 34, The Basin Victoria 3155 Australia Phone : Fax : For further information and enquiries please ; Map 65:H7
7 V ision St at em ent To v iew t he w or ld t hr ough God s ey es a nd see t he beaut y of cr eat ion, t he bea ut y of each ot her and t he beaut y of r est or a t ion. M ission St at em ent F or st aff and r esident s t o shar e a jour ney t ow a r ds w holeness w her e; com passi on, dignit y, r espect, hope and honest y define how w e r ela t e t o; Our selv es Each ot her The loca l com m unit y T he a nim a ls a nd The na t ur a l env ir onm ent.
8 Our Values Human dignity Justice Hope Compassion Community
9 The Basin Centre is situated in the therapeutic surroundings of a rural property at the foot of Mount Dandenong. We provide a program with a holistic approach to recovery by a caring and professional team staff who hold the ideals and values of The Salvation Army as the principles for their work.. The centre offers its program to both men and women, and can accommodate up to 36 people (11 women, 25 men).
10 We aim to create a therapeutic community with both men and women who are seeking to understand and overcome addictive behaviours. Individuals can experience 16 weeks of clean time in a safe and supportive environment. With the support of Basin staff participants are encouraged to be their own change agents in the self-healing and recovery process.
11 A combination of individual counselling, group work, life skills, self-awareness, spiritual awareness, staff role modelling and work activities are used to encourage participants to make significant life changes. A harm minimisation approach is the foundational philosophy. However, while participating in the program, abstinence is KEY ASPECTS OF THE PROGRAM Individual Group Spiritual Physical Wellbeing Community
12 We have a dedicated team who provide professional and caring support. Our counsellors/case managers and post residential support workers will assist in developing an individual recovery plan. Our aim is to support those in a recovery journey to become more self-aware, to explore options and make healthy decisions and choices. Program participants are the experts of their own experience. We provide support in a variety of ways including a structured educational program.
13 Assessment & Intake Flow Chart For Client enquiry telephone Initial Client Enquiry Short conversation to establish suitability to proceed to assessment and if so conduct pre-assessment interview to establish details for further contact Referral to other service No Yes Appointment for Assessment with Program Director or trained staff Bed Date given Medical Report, Psychological Report & Case Worker Report Placed on Waiting List to ring in weekly Referral to other service No Maybe Yes Counsellor allocated Medical Report, Psychological Report & Case Worker Report Pending List waiting reports Up-to-date Medical, Psychological & Case Worker report Referral to other service No Yes Withdrawal Unit for stabilisation Detox Summary Entry to Program Intake by Counsellor
14 Art Therapy Project to give encouraging messages to visitors and new residents as they arrive.
15 GROUP PROGRAM Some of the areas covered by groups are: Stress Management Conflict Resolution Self Care Spiritual Beliefs A Balanced Life Grief and Loss Anger Management Loneliness Shame Coping with cravings Relapse Prevention Self Awareness Ego States Assertiveness Boundaries Exercise and Nutrition 12 Steps Art Therapy
16 GROUP PROGRAM Groups are 50 minutes in length and provide a space for the presentation of information and exploration of topics using visual presentation, experiential exercises and discussion of material. These are accompanied by handouts that form a resource tool for the participant. The groups are facilitated by eight members of staff, all of which have expertise and a passion for the groups they deliver
17 The program consists of three stages. Each stage is designed to meet the participant relation to entry, engagement and exit from the program. Expectations and goals of each stage are clearly defined and outlined. STAGE ONE: Weeks 1-4 Induction & Orientation STAGE TWO: Weeks 5-12 Learning & Discovery STAGE THREE: Weeks Transition to Independence All stages have clear roles and responsibilities of staff and participants of the program.
18 POST RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM AIM OF PROGRAM: Support residents leaving The Basin Centre to develop appropriate community links Provide assistance to access these links Support residents with the transition from a residential facility to community and more independent recovery Encourage clients in their recovery whilst at The Basin Centre and afterwards.
19 POST RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM HOW IS THIS ACHIEVED: Link with residents when they have been in residential programme after 6 weeks. (Can be sooner if referred by counsellor/case manager) Development of IRP focussing on accommodation, employment/education, supports, mental & physical health, legal issues, etc Make referrals to appropriate agencies.
20 POST RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM HOW IS THIS ACHIEVED: Outreach support usually continues for up to 6 months depending on individual need. Maintaining phone support with clients who live in rural areas and encouraging them to access local supports which had been linked. Weekly Peer Support Group for past and current residents in Stage 3
21 COMMUNITY REFLECTION ON THEIR TIME AT THE BASIN CENTRE Welcoming Trust Food is better than a 4 star hotel Respect Quality Accommodation Sense of belonging Belief in honesty and responsibility Laughter Common Sense Approach Comfortable Peaceful surroundings Serenity Acceptance of who I am
25 2001 Opened new accommodation units for clients.
27 Inside residential unit
28 Our Geographical Locations Work Activities Craft Counselling Team Resident Accommodation Farmers Office Kitchen Staff AOD Support Team Group Rooms Resident Resident s Gym Post Residential Team Chaplain Art Therapy Administration
29 Divisional Bridge Network Management Admin & Finance EDDY Organisational Structure Centre Manager EDDY Program Director SUE Chaplaincy BETH STAFF Officers 2 Full-time 10 Part-time 12 Total 24 EFT = Casual 3 Contract 2 Volunteer 2 RECOVERY PROGRAM Resident Community REPRESENTATION Finance & Property Coordinator EDDY Work Activities EDDY with SHARED LEADERSHIP Assessment Intake & Exit Coordinator SUE Counselling Case / Manager Coordinator JOHN W AOD Support Workers Coordinator JOHN Mc Post Residential Coordinator CAROL Human Resources Accreditation Animals & Land Management PHIL Finance & Administration BRENDA NICKY OH&S CAROL Kitchen Manager TONI Kitchen ROBYN Volunteer Outdoors BRIAN Assessment & Intake BEV Program 12 Steps BRIAN Program Support VOLUNTEERS Students Counselling Case Manager MARGARET TRACEY REE Case Work MALCOLM Relief Staff AOD Support Workers KIRSTIE KETURA AYNUR CHRIS KEN DAVE Casual MALCOLM JOHN S Post Residential EMMA CHRIS CATHY BEV Relief Staff Maintenance RON
30 In this place We walk the inner corridors of people s lives. Therefore walk softly With wonder and with awe, For no greater privilege can a person give Than open their heart And let another in. Brian Nicholls
31 Where we live and work A place of Hope and Recovery
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