Clinical care standards for alcohol and other drug treatment The Clinical Care Standards for Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment outline the core elements of care that underpin treatment within the AOD treatment sector in NSW. These standards apply to all AOD treatment service types and locations and do not identify specific interventions used in treatment. The intention is to detail foundational elements of care, support clinical decision making and complement rather than replicate other sources of information that guide the delivery of high quality and safe treatment.
Workforce capability framework Central to workforce performance are capabilities—the knowledge, skills and attributes that workers must demonstrate to perform their roles effectively. Developed by NADA for, and with input from those who work in the AOD sector, the Workforce Capability Framework: Core capabilities for the NSW non government AOD sector describes the core capabilities and associated behaviours expected of all NSW non government AOD workers.
National quality framework for drug and alcohol treatment services The National Quality Framework sets a nationally consistent quality benchmark for providers of AOD treatment services. It includes strong clinical governance requirements and a list of accreditation standards that AOD specialist treatment service providers must meet.
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NADA has award level accreditation under the Australian Services Excellence Standards (ASES) a quality framework certified by Quality Innovation and Performance (QIP).