Multicultural Mental Health Network

The Mental Health Network includes a unique Network structure.

The Multicultural Mental Health Network was established on 20 June 2016, to address the difficulty in coordinating such a large network and to support the Mental Health Network to engage with and improve outcomes for specific cohorts of mental health service users.

The establishment of the Multicultural Mental Health Network followed a thorough process that sought to be inclusive, representative and reflect the concerns and views of the sector.

The Multicultural Mental Health Network has a broad membership that is supported by a Steering Committee and is sponsored by North Metropolitan Health Service.

The Steering Committee is co-chaired by Dr Samir Heble and Ms Manjit Kaur.

The Multicultural Mental Health Network Establishment Report provides background on this Network.

Cultural Lens

Click on the links below to read the Cultural Lens, the newsletter of the Mental Health Network Multicultural Network Steering Committee:


A model for an effective and sustainable state-wide Transcultural Mental Health Service for Western Australia. Project Proposal – May 2018 - Please note: - This project proposal was developed independently by the Mental Health Network and is not endorsed by the Mental Health Commission. The project proposal and indicative budget were finalised in 2018 as an example of an effective and sustainable state-wide service


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