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The draft Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce Strategic Framework 2018-2025 aims to guide the growth and development of an appropriately qualified and skilled workforce that will provide individualised, high quality mental health and alcohol and other drug services and programs in WA. Feedback is being sought until 29 August 2018.

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Get involved in Mental Health Week 2018 by becoming a corporate partner, hosting your own community event with financial and promotional support from WAAMH, or by ordering your resources now! Mental health starts where we live, learn, work and play - nobody gets left behind.

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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.

Mental health starts where we live, learn, work and play. WA Mental Health Week 7 - 14 October 2018

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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.