Nominations are now open for the 2023 WA Mental Health Awards, which celebrate individuals and organisations that made an outstanding contribution to mental health in the calendar year of 2022.
Eleven community-led groups and organisations have been awarded a total of $150,000 under the Proud and Connected Community Grants program, delivered by Living Proud in partnership with the Mental Health Commission
The Mental Health Commission is a leader in professional development training for the alcohol and other drug sector in Western Australia. Check out our Semester 2 Professional Development training calendar!
Have you considered a career in mental health? There is currently a high demand for workers in the sector and a wide variety of roles and study pathways are available.
The 2032-24 WA State Budget will deliver more than a billion dollars ($1.358 billion) to mental health, alcohol and other drug services in 2023-24.
Group Support Activities Services aim to improve the quality of life and psychosocial function of people impacted by mental health and co-occurring alcohol and other drug issues. Find out more about the new services.
Do you work in the alcohol and other drug prevention sector and want the opportunity to cross-learn and network? You won’t want to miss the Mental Health Commission’s next WA Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Network meeting.
Minister for Mental Health, the Hon. Amber-Jade Sanderson, today announced that Maureen Lewis has been appointed as Mental Health Commissioner for a five-year term
You’re invited to take part in the Mental Awareness, Respect and Safety Program in the mining industry - Landmark Study.
Applications for the Strong Spirit Strong Mind Youth Project community grants are now open.