Join us again in FY 2019/20 as we embark on our bold new strategic direction to best represent your interests as part of a strong network of community mental health organisations and individuals. Together we are stronger to influence community attitudes, mental health priorities, policy and practice, so all Western Australians have the rights, resources and support needed for mental wellbeing, recovery and citizenship.

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Join us for the annual Mental Health Week Comedy Gala to cap the week with a laugh, night out and look at the lighter side of life. Together with Perth Theatre Trust, we look forward to welcoming you to the State Theatre Centre on Saturday, 12 October for all the fun!

Giggle with us

Stay tuned to participate in the Western Australian Mental Health Conference on 19-20 November 2019 at the Hyatt Perth. Ticket sales open 9 August. Subsidies and scholarhip spots available for lived experience delegates.

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19-20 Nov Hyatt Perth
Strengthening our community

Featuring an impressive line-up of national professionals and lived experience speakers, including Australian tennis champion Jelana Dokich.

See the program take shape!

Registrations open now, with lived experience and regional participant scholarships and subsidies available.

Count me in!

Partner with us - fantastic opportunity to increase your brand's exposure and be part of WA's premier State conference.

Sponsorship options

Abstract submissions are now closed. The full program will be unveiled in September.

Find out more about the theme and streams here

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18 November
Pan Pacific Perth

Partner with us and become a naming rights sponsor of one of the eight awards categories.

Great value for money

Eight exciting award categories - nomination is free.

Nominate now

Tickets to Award Celebration on sale now.

Celebrate with us
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Learn about and contribute to advocacy for improved public policy and human rights in mental health.

Discover community activities which promote mental health awareness and social inclusion.

Develop your ability to deliver recovery-oriented, person-centered and family-inclusive service.

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Specialising in assisting community organisations and services to implement evidence-based supported employment following the internationally acclaimed Individual Placement and Support model.

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Our vision: As a human right, every one of us will have the resources and support needed for mental wellbeing, recovery and citizenship.