The key purpose of the position is to assist OHV to submit high quality data to its funders, monitor service performance against funded targets, and present data in an accessible format to ensure management can make informed service decisions.
The key purpose of the position is to project manage and synthesise the skills of a team of subject matter and learning development experts in the development of key AOD workforce development programs mentioned above.
The collective key purpose of the positions is to contribute to the development of adult learners who may be part of the alcohol and other drugs and allied workforces and or those seeking to enter the workforce. Odyssey Institute provides training in flexible delivery utilising an online learning platform for learning and assessment activities. Training sessions and observational assessments are conducted using Zoom, however face to face classroom-based sessions can also be used dependent upon learner preferences and uptake.
The KODY/Caring Dads (CD) program supports fathers with alcohol and other drug (AOD) concerns to build stronger relationships with their kids. The program runs for 17 weeks, providing 2-hour group sessions and home-based family support. It focuses on supporting dads who use, or are at-risk of using, family violence, as well as their families who […]
Odyssey House has been successful in securing a $30,000 research grant from the Australian Drug Foundation. The grant will enable us to further develop and assess the impact of our support program to families and friends of clients who are at risk of overdose. Through our Intensive Support Program, we currently provide family and friends […]
In an African-led project under the Victorian African Communities Action Plan, Odyssey House Victoria has partnered with the African Australian Welfare Bureau (AAWB), the Positive Mental Health Program (PMHP) and Youth Support and Advocacy Services (YSAS) to deliver an Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) education and outreach services to African Australian youth and their families […]
Odyssey House Victoria’s mentoring program is gathering momentum. Established in 2020, the program has been created to provide support to clients of our Lower Plenty residential rehabilitation service who are nearing the end of their program, as they transition back into the community. This Leavers stage of the program is often accompanied with increased risk […]
In late June 2021, Odyssey House relaunched our Therapeutic Day Program in Geelong. Formerly operating through our Stepping Up consortium, the Day Program has been redesigned with new activities and a freshly decorated space within Barwon Youth, Child and Family Services. Participants attend daily for five weeks accessing peer group support, psycho-educational groups, and counselling, […]
Odyssey House (OHV) is now partnering with Geelong Withdrawal Unit (The Salvation Army) to reduce the risk of client overdose and to support clients as they transition from AOD residential withdrawal back into the community. Transition back to community living from residential programs including withdrawal, rehabilitation and prisons, are among the highest risk times for […]
Odyssey House Youth & Family Services received funding from the Pierce Armstrong Foundation, Mantana Foundation, and Vincent Chiodo Charitable Foundation to run two youth camps over a twelve-month period. The Odyssey Youth Camp Program provides opportunities for young people ‘at risk’ and “disengaged” to attend a three day camp on Phillip Island. The Odyssey Youth […]