News and updates
The Mental Health Commission has boosted funding for the WA AIDS Council by $30,000 to increase awareness and support to people that may be experiencing harm, discrimination or distress ahead of the Australian Marriage Law Postal survey
Local government and not-for-profit organisations are invited to apply for grants of up to $20,000 to undertake evidence- based suicide prevention training tailored to meet the need of local communities.
Opportunity to provide comment on the Western Australian Alcohol and Drug Interagency Strategy 2017-2021
In consultation with key stakeholders, the Mental Health Commission has developed a draft Western Australian Alcohol and Drug Interagency Strategy 2017-2021.
The Mental Health Commission offers training programs for professionals and volunteers across a range of alcohol and other drug-related topics.
The National Drug Strategy 2017- 2026 has been endorsed by the Ministerial Drug and Alcohol Forum. It outlines the national priorities for preventing and minimising the harms of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs to individuals, families and communities.
Recognising and establishing state-wide community-based specialised services including a Sexuality, Sex and Gender Diversity service, by the end of 2017 was a priority set out in the Western Australian Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Services Plan 2015-2025.
Last night's WA Mental Health Awards wrapped up day one of the 2017 WA Mental Health Conference.
More than 1000 people are gathering for the WA Mental Health Conference and Awards this week in Perth.
From Paraburdoo to Esperance and across to the Eastern Goldfields, nearly 10,000 WA netballers took part in Netball WA’s Mental Health Awareness Round recently.
The Mental Health Commission is looking for two to four consumers, family members or carers, with a lived experience of a mental illness or alcohol and other drug use for the Workforce Strategy Advisory Group.