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(5) The most recent report available from CALMS includes data up until 30 April 2006. The way in which data was collected during the 2004-05 year means that the period 1 July 2005 - 30 April 2006 cannot be compared with the exact same time period for the preceding year. However, based on the monthly average of consultations performed during the first ten-months of 05-06 it can be estimated that around 15,530 consultations will be performed during the full year. This would mean an increase of around 3,400 consultations in the 05-06 year compared with the 04-05 year.
(6) The Caring for Kids at Home Program was established in August 2004. The new funding received in the 2005-2006 provided additional high needs children/adolescents to be cared for at home.
(7) Seven mental health consumers who are subject to some form of court related forensic order or subject to Psychiatric Treatment Orders (PTOs) benefited from the Care Package - returning mental health clients project. Seven mental health consumers who are subject to some form of court related forensic order or subject to Psychiatric Treatment Orders (PTOs) benefited from the Care Package - returning mental health clients project so far in 2006-2007.
(8) Funds are allocated recurrently as per the 2006-2007 budget papers tabled in the Assembly on 6 June 2006.
(Question No 1174)
Mr Mulcahy asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 16 August 2006 (redirected to the Treasurer):
(1) In relation to recent reports that customers of ActewAGL, who had elected to bundle four services (electricity, gas, telephone and internet) to receive a 10 percent discount on their gas supply charge, have only received a 5 percent discount, how many customers have not had the full discount applied;
(2) How many customers have not had their account credited with money to compensate for the failure to provide the full discount;
(3) Has work on the gas billing system been completed to allow for bills to be issued at the total discounted rate; if not, when is it envisaged that work will be completed.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(2) All accounts are being credited so that they receive the full discount, including arrears.