Expressions of Interest are now open to establish two Consumer, Carer and Family Working Groups (Working Groups); one in each of the East and West Kimberley to inform the development of alcohol and other drug (AOD) services in the Kimberley region
Up to ten positions are open for interested members of the community to join the Mental Health Advisory Council.
Feedback Sought - Draft Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce Strategic Framework 2018-2025
The draft Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce Strategic Framework 2018 2025 aims to guide the growth and development of an appropriately qualified and skilled workforce that will provide individualised, high quality mental health and alcohol and other drug services and programs for the Western Australian community.
The Mental Health Commission is looking for people with a lived experience of a mental illness or caring for someone who has and either personal or professional experience in the criminal justice system to represent a consumer and family/carer perspective on the Start Court SQRM (Safety Quality Risk Management) & Business Committee.
The Western Australian Recovery College Expert Panel is seeking your input regarding information for the development of a draft Model of Service for Western Australia Recovery Colleges.
Western Australian men and their family and friends, are being encouraged to check in on their own and others’ mental health during Men’s Health Week.
The Western Australian Recovery College Expert Panel is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) through a grants process to conduct stakeholder and community consultation workshops.
The 2018-19 WA State Budget has been handed down by the Treasurer, with a record $918.4 million allocated to improving Western Australians’ mental health and wellbeing and reducing alcohol and other drug related harms.
Organisations have today been awarded for their work with communities across Western Australia, at the 2018 Alcohol and Other Drug Excellence Awards.
Nearly one fifth of the Western Australian population aged 18 years and over reports drinking at levels placing them at risk of lifetime alcohol-related harm.