National Drug Rehabilitation Framework. NDRIC and the Framework. The National Drugs Rehabilitation Implementation Committee (NDRIC) was set up to develop a national drugs rehabilitation framework.
National Drug Rehabilitation Framework
The Rehab Framework is divided into six main headings called Protocols. Protocols give us a detailed guide in how to approach our work with service users and includes a number of agreed policies & procedures, and templates.
The six protocols are:
The case manager is the person who has a formal role to manage inter-agency communication and the provision of co-ordinated care.
There are 5 steps to be followed in the case of any barriers
Keyworker (Brings issue to)
(Try to resolve issue with relevant services)
Treatment & Rehab Sub Group
(Case manager completes Gaps & Blocks form and brings to T&R sub group)
NDRIC (When T&R sub group can not resolve issue, matter gets referred to the National Rehabilitation Coordinator by the CCLDTF Rehab Coordinator.