Expressions of Interest - Measuring the Outcomes of Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Programs

Published on 10 Feb 2020

It is important to understand if mental health, alcohol and other drug programs are making a difference to people’s lives in a positive way in terms of relationships, community connections, housing, employment, education, health and general wellbeing etc.

Rise, Palmerston and Pathways SouthWest have partnered with the Mental Health Commission to trial a new way of measuring the effectiveness of mental health, drug and alcohol programs.

People who are accessing or have previously accessed mental health and/or drug and alcohol services and their family members or carers, are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to join the Measuring Outcomes Project Steering Group. Three consumers and three family member/carers are being sought

The paid participation opportunity involves short, monthly meetings over a year, on a Thursday at the MHC office. 

To apply please complete an application form and return it by 5pm on Wednesday 19 February 2020.

For further inquiries contact Nicole Chappell by email on or by phone on 0409 785 838.

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