Key Access and Inclusion Plans
Disability, Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2021
The Mental Health Commission's Disability, Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2017-2021 outlines our commitment to ensuring we are proactive about removing any barriers that may exclude people from accessing information, services, facilities, events and employment opportunities within the Commission.
The Commission welcomes feedback on the DAIP at any time, this can be submitted following this link or in writing using the form at the end of the document.
Multicultural Plan 2021
The Mental Health Commission’s first Multicultural Plan 2021 is now available. The Plan articulates the MHC’s commitment to implementing the multicultural policy priorities outlined in the Western Australian Multicultural Policy Framework. Our Multicultural Plan identifies achievable actions to facilitate an inclusive and harmonious workplace for all MHC staff.
The Multicultural Plan outlines the initial actions the MHC will undertake over the next year to implement the multicultural policy priorities, focusing on:
- developing an internal workplace culture that is welcoming and inclusive of all people,
- equipping our workforce with the knowledge, skills and understanding to provide inclusive and culturally sensitive services that meet the needs of people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) backgrounds; and
- working with culturally diverse communities to develop policies, programs and services that meet the needs of people from CaLD backgrounds
2018-2021 Stretch Conciliation Action Plan
The Mental Health Commission's Conciliation Action Plan (CAP) is indicative of the commitment to conciliation in the work that we do. The Plan seeks to build understanding and embed actions that properly recognise and respect Aboriginal cultures and people, connection with country, and the impact of history, in order to achieve equity for Aboriginal people.