"Recovery isn’t about getting back to how you were before,
it's about building something new" Anonymous
The Partners In Recovery (PIR) Initiative is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health. Partners in Recovery is managed through PIR Organisations in Local Regions nationally.
The Far North Queensland (FNQ) Partners In Recovery Organisation is led by Centacare FNQ which coordinates and manages the FNQ Partners In Recovery Initiative. Centacare FNQ consults with and takes direction from the FNQ PIR Governance Panel. Centacare FNQ works with the Consortium Members to develop and deliver the FNQ Partners In Recovery Initiative.
For more about Centacare FNQ please visit centacarefnq.org
The FNQ Partners in Recovery Governance Panel is comprised of representatives from Consumers, Carers, Government (State), James Cook University, Clinical and Community Service Providers. The Governance Panel is responsible for high level governance and performance of the FNQ Partners In Recovery Initiative.
The Consumers and Carers Working Group is group of local Consumers and Carers which advise and collaborate with the FNQ Partners In Recovery Organisation to ensure the program provides better service outcomes for people living or impacted by a psychosocial disability.
The Centacare FNQ Partners in Recovery Consortium Members is comprised of the following organisations:-
The FNQ Partners In Recovery Network is a network of regional service providers which participate and collaborate in the community based recovery philosophy for psychosocial disability. The PIR Network exists across a variety of service and natural support providers such as:
Manager: Gary Hubble
Team Leader: Robbie Johnson
Service Coordinator: Peta O'Neill