Indivior is the world leader in addiction treatment with over 20 ears’ experience and a unique patient‐focused approach. Our endeavour is to understand the journey of individuals suffering with addiction. We partner with healthcare professionals, the public health community, policymakers, and payers to ensure people suffering from addiction are treated just like any other patients suffering from a chronic, relapsing medical condition. At Indivior our endeavour is to focus on individual patients around the world. The patient continues to drive our decisions. Our guiding principles foster a corporate culture of trust, innovation, and a pioneering spirit. We work with the urgency and zeal required to achieve required to achieve our vision of ensuring unrestricted access to high-quality treatments for the chronic relapsing conditions and co-morbidities of addiction.
Primary health networks (PHNs) have been established with the key objectives of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for individuals, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes. They also aim to improve coordination of care to ensure people receive the right care in the right place at the right time. PHNs are not for profit, regionally based organisations which aim to strengthen primary care by redirecting frontline health services to improve health outcomes of the community.
Odyssey House offers Community Services as well as Residential Services, as well as the Magistrates Early Referral Into Treatment (MERIT) program. Our Community Services include Alcohol and other drug counselling, mental health services as well as family and parent support programs in locations across Sydney. Our Residential Services include withdrawal and residential rehabilitation programs, mental health programs, a Parent’s and Children’s Program, gambling and specialised group services, as well as numeracy and literacy education and family/relationship issues; domestic violence and other trauma, parental drug misuse; and physical and mental health problems.
Damien Trimingham Foundation
The Damien Trimingham Foundation is a not for profit foundation established in 1997 after the death of Damien Trimingham. It’s primary aim is to acquire and distribute funds to organisations that support efforts to improve the lives of families affected by alcohol and other drugs.