Many Voices, Big Impact- evening session
Your voice as a consumer, carer or family member is crucial in ensuring the future mental health system in our state is high-quality, person-centred and works well for future generations.
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WA’s peak bodies representing mental health and consumers invite you to participate in a community conversation about the future of the mental health system. This will be an opportunity to share your views as a consumer of mental health services, or a family member or carer of someone who does, on a range of issues related to the sustainability of the mental health system.
This event will help you understand the WA Government’s ‘Sustainable Health Review’, why it is so important and how you can influence it. It is open to anyone who would like to participate in the conversation around the future of mental health in WA.
What: ‘Many Voices, Big Impact! The Mental Health Review and Making Your Voice Heard’
When: Thursday, 28 June, 2018
Where: Citiplace Community Centre, at the City Railway Station
Time: 5:30pm - 8pm (registrations open from 5pm)
Format: An overview of the Government’s ‘Sustainable Health Review’ to date followed by a workshop with smaller groups to ensure everyone is able to contribute. Light dinner will be provided. Please indicate your DIETARY REQUIREMENTS when you register.
Your voice will be heard on the evening by:
• Hon. Alanna Clohesy, Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Premier; Health; Mental Health
• CEOs & staff from mental health community representative & peak bodies
A limit of 30 places are available, so register now!
Registrations close 19 June 2018
An expenses contribution of $15 will be available at the event for people attending in an unpaid capacity.
View flyer here.
Looking for the day time event? A day time event is also being held on the 26th of June 2018, from 10.30am-1.30pm at The Rise in Maylands. Please follow this link to sign up for the daytime event.
Find out more about the Sustainable Health Review here. The recent Interim Report can be found here.
For more information, email [email protected] or call 6246 3034.
The WA Association for Mental Health
Consumers of Mental Health WA
Helping Minds WA
Health Consumers' Council WA
Mental Health Matters 2
Citiplace Community Centre, at the City Railway Station Complex.
See map here.
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