News and updates
The Mental Health Commission in partnership with Edith Cowan University today launched a Young Adult Drug and Alcohol, and Mental Health Attitudes survey.
Expressions of interest for the position of Consumer Co-Chair for the Consumer Involvement Committee have now closed.
The Parent and Family Drug Support Line is currently recruiting for new parent peer volunteers to join its existing team.
An extra 60 beds are now available for people who want treatment for methamphetamine addiction.
The Mental Health Commission has launched a new website, creating an integrated, improved and up-to-date source of information for both the community and the mental health, alcohol and other drug sector.
The Mental Health Commission is now seeking feedback on the Exposure Draft Bill and the proposed Compulsory Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Treatment Program in Western Australia.
The Mental Health Commission is opening new step-up step-down mental health facilities throughout Western Australia to help people manage their mental health close to home. The facilities provide short-term residential support for people following hospitalisation for mental illness, or at risk of deteriorating mental health. For some people this can be the best option to promote recovery.
On Sunday, our new expanded media campaign was launched by Minister for Mental Health Andrea Mitchell MLA, as part of the WA Meth Strategy. The message is that the Meth Helpline is 'here to help' on 1800 874 878 and that 'meth can take control' of your life. The Minister also announced that six drug and alcohol nurses would be placed in hospitals to help busy emergency departments with their specialist expertise.