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In some cases this has resulted in a lack of clinical leadership, poorly developed pathways to care and inadequate coordination of care.Jo Cook from Tasmania Recovery from Eating Disorders (TRED) said Tasmania should develop a similar plan."GPs don't have a clear referral pathway of where to get the expertise," she said.Doctors have come forward venting their frustrations, with some patients forced to go interstate and overseas for treatment.In other states, adults with eating disorders have access to treatment programs through the public health system, but that is not the case in Tasmania.The average recovery process can take between five and seven years.Tasmanians can contact the support organisation TRED or call the Butterfly Foundation's national helpline on 1800 ED HOPE.Please search your bookshelves at home to see if you have any of these books.No fees will be charged - simply return the books to the library and earn our thanks.
CONGREGANTS: The Library Committee is searching for many books which have been checked out and never returned.
The Annette Olsman Children's Corner has also seen a major increase and is a source of supplementary material for our Preschool and Hebrew School students.
With these two endowments and tributes from others in our congregation, the library has been self-supporting since 1990, and in 2014 we began the process of renovating and updating our library to modern standards.
A Government spokesman said steps to improve Tasmania's mental health services were already being taken.
Eating disorder patients do have access to some support and treatment services through General Practice, Community Mental Health and hospital settings, but a cohesive program is not available.In addition to Jewish books, the library contains a large and diverse collection of over 100 DVDs and videos on Judaic subjects and an equal number of music CDs and tapes, and audiobooks for the sight-impaired.