We are reviewing our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan and invite the community to provide feedback which will inform development of the new five-year Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.
The winners of the Western Australian Mental Health Awards 2021 were announced last night at an awards ceremony attended by representatives across the mental health sector. These important awards celebrate individuals and organisations that made an outstanding contribution to mental health in the 2020 calendar year.
We’re conducting a ‘All of Stakeholder In the Frame’ Lived Experience (Peer) workshop on Tuesday 30 November 2021 from 10am – 5pm
In order to assist the Mental Health Commission in developing specialised neuropsychiatric treatment services, we are seeking your input via a online survey. The survey is open until 1 December 2021.
The annual WA Mental Health Award finalists have been announced! Congratulations to all the finalists. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held on November 25.
An online survey asking Western Australians to have your say about what you need to stay mentally healthy was conducted in October-November 2021 as part of community consultation to develop a new WA Mental Health Wellbeing Framework.
The first annual progress report on the WA Government’s Commitment to Aboriginal Youth Wellbeing has been released by the Minister for Mental Health, the Hon. Stephen Dawson MLC.
The 2021-22 WA State Budget has been handed down by the Treasurer, with a record $1.114 billion investment in mental health, alcohol and other drug services in Western Australia. This is an increase of 10.9% from the previous budget.
Consultations open for the Youth Step Up Step Down, Youth Long-term Housing and Support Program and Youth Psychosocial Packages
To support implementation of the YPPA, the State Government committed to establishing a number of new youth services over the next four years. To assist in the establishment of new services over the coming months a range of consultation activities are being undertaken by the Mental Health Commission
The Mental Health Commission is undertaking a Statutory Review of the Mental Health Act (2014) (the Act) to examine the operations and effectiveness of the Act, what is working well, and where improvements to treatment, care and support could be made.