Activity Plans

Country SA PHN is required to develop work plans for each financial year and submit these for approval to the Department of Health. The plans outline which activities Country SA PHN propose to implement in order to achieve the key objectives of enhancing the effectiveness of health services and improving the coordination of health care. Country SA PHN’s work plan details a broad range of activities that reflect the particular needs and priorities of Country South Australians identified in our annual needs assessments. The activities outlined in this document are presented by funding stream, a general funding stream (PHN core funding) and a funding stream specifically for after hours health services.

The public versions of Country SA PHN’s Activity Work Plans are available here:


  • ​Aboriginal Health Integrated Team Care Activity Work Plans​ 2018-2021
  • After Hours Activity Work Plan 2019-2021
  • ​Country SA PHN's Activity Work Plan 2019-2021
  • Drug and Alcohol Treatment Activity Work Plan​ 2019-2022
  • Empowering our Communities Initiative Activity Work Plan 2019-2022  
  • ​National Psychosocial Support Measures  2019-2021 
  • National Suicide Prevention Trial Activity Work Plan​ 2019-20 
  • Primary Mental Health Care Activity Work Plan​ 2019-2022

    PHN/LHN Regional Mental Health
  • 2019-21 Joint PHN/LHN Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan             

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