The Mental Health Commission started this year’s National Reconciliation Week - 27 May-3 June, with a morning tea to commemorate National Sorry Day.
This week is Schizophrenia Awareness Week and this year’s theme is “Discover Better Mental Health.” Everyone is encouraged to connect, reach out and get support to discover better mental health.
Since launched in 2019, the My Services online directory has continued to grow, with more than 750 mental health, alcohol and other drug services in WA now listed.
The Mental Health Commission has been named Advertiser of the Year 2020 at the 30th Campaign Brief Awards, recognising the success of its Think Mental Health, Alcohol.Think Again and Drug Aware programs in 2020.
The Safe Haven Dabakan Ngowoort Koorliny Mia is open, near Royal Perth Hospital. It is a calm and quiet space and offers distressed or isolated people a safe place to speak confidentially to trained peer workers and clinicians.
When Tropical Cyclone Seroja crossed the Western Australian coast on Sunday 11 April 2021 it bought with it devastating winds and rain. For many in the region it was and continues to be a challenging time.
The State Government is launching its new campaign, RollupforWA, to encourage all Western Australians to get the COVID-19 vaccine when they are eligible.
Did you know it’s Youth Week? The Mental Health Commission is celebrating by launching a video of six amazing young people and their tips for others going through a tough time.
The Midland Withdrawal and Intervention Centre was officially opened today by newly appointed Mental Health Minister Hon Stephen Dawson MLC and Mental Health Commissioner Jennifer McGrath.
The Mental Health Commission has recently untaken a review of the Consumer, Family, Carer and Community Paid Partnership Policy. Changes made as part of the review have been endorsed and the updated Policy is now live on the MHC Website.