EOI: Lived Experience consumer representative wanted to support the implementation of the WA Bilateral Schedule on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention
The Mental Health Commission is seeking expressions of interest to appoint one consumer representative to the Western Australian Joint Service Planning and Governance Committee
The Mental Health Commission is partnering with the East Metropolitan Health Service to pilot the Cardiff Model of Violence Prevention (Cardiff Model) to tackle alcohol-related violence.
Do you have a Lived Experience with infant, child or adolescent mental health service/s in Western Australia? We are looking for two members for the newly formed Infant, Child and Adolescent (ICA) Taskforce Ministerial Oversight Committee.
The 2022-23 WA State Budget has been handed down by the Treasurer, with a record $1.257 billion investment in mental health, alcohol and other drug services in Western Australia. This is an increase of 12.5% from the previous budget.
‘Project Elevation’ is an art exhibition featuring work from young artists focusing on mental health. The exhibition runs from Monday 16 to Thursday 26 May 2022.
Consultation Report - Youth Step Up Step Down, Youth Long-term Housing and Support Program and Youth Psychosocial Packages
The Final Consultation Report has been released on the Youth Step-Up Step-Down Service, Youth Long-term Housing and Support Program and Youth Psychosocial Packages.
A list of useful NDIS resources for service providers, consumers, carers and families is now available.
The National Lived Experience (Peer) Workforce Project aims to guide the development of a thriving state-wide consumer, family and carer lived experience network.
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.