Working collaboratively

ReGen’s harm minimisation focus acknowledges that treatment is only one phase in the change process. We work collaboratively with a range of complementary services designed to support lifestyle changes over the long-term, including self-help programs and services providing specialist support in areas such as mental health, medical services, children and family services, employment, education, welfare and housing.

We continually improve our services by monitoring and evaluating them against best-practice benchmarks including evidenced based research, external quality accreditation standards and relevant legislation. We also listen to people who use our services, staff and peers and take into account what has worked for them.

Our stakeholders

ReGen’s stakeholders are people with AOD issues, their families and the wider community; our staff and Board of Governance; our funders including state and federal government and corporate partners; our partners and allies, including the UnitingCare network; our donors; policy makers; non-government organisations and researchers working in the AOD sector, mental health and allied fields; and the media.