These conversations revealed a high interest from partners to participate in cross referral programs across the TCP community. This interest presents the opportunity to build the first iteration of the Hub as a cross referral tool. Accessible by corporate, community and government partners, in this first build, the tool would not be open to individual members of the community, enabling a safe space to test and learn and evolve the cross referral landscape.
This approach will create efficiencies in front line services and validate the use case of the Hub moving forward. Our vision for a true One Stop One Story tool holds, with future waves to expand access to individuals in the community. We are thrilled to be working with TCP partner Infoxchange to deliver the Hub, and are very thankful to have had their input and support to date.
TCP has been engaging with partners on the roadmap, partner participation requirements and costs for the Hub whilst also requesting grants to fund the build and the program. It has been determined that a business case needs to be provided for investing organisations to secure funding. As part of this business case, economic modelling will need to be completed. We are currently liaising with consulting firms and TCP partners to determine how we can resource and deliver this component.