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4 Apr 2018
Your chance to provide input to Senate Inquiry on rural and remote services via our quick and easy survey
3 Apr 2018
The Australia government has recently announced it will be conducting a Senate Inquiry into the Accessibility and Quality of Mental Health Services in Rural and Remote Australia, and submissions to this inquiry are currently being accepted.
WAAMH will be completing a submission for the inquiry and would like to hear what you think about mental health in rural and remote areas.
14 Mar 2018
Mental health training, date for national NDIS and mental health conference announced and a second chance to see the 'Recovery Stories' if you missed it at Fringe, all in the latest WAAMH eNews just released!
14 Feb 2018
A welcome from new WAAMH CEO Taryn Harvey and the release of several landmark industry reports in the justice area.
7 Feb 2018
THE WA Association for Mental Health (WAAMH) is calling for an urgent response to a Human Rights Watch report released today detailing shocking treatment of WA prisoners with mental health issues.
24 Jan 2018
We're back for 2018! Introducing WAAMH's new CEO and semester one training calendar released.
23 Jan 2018
In November 2017, the WA Association for Mental Health, Community Mental Health Australia and Mental health Coordinating Council held the the National NDIS Mental Health Conference in Sydney. This conference report by CMHA provides a helpful overview of the major conference themes.
22 Jan 2018
CMHA has released a workforce position statement, incorporating information from WAAMH and our member organisations.
13 Nov 2017
The Western Australian Association for Mental Health (WAAMH) held its Annual General meeting on Friday, 10 November, 2017 and tabled its Annual Report, which detailed an increase in membership, important work to support the reform of the Criminal Law (Mentally
Impaired Accused) Act and a significant rise in the number of mental health professionals and consumers trained in the past year, up 48 per cent to 3100 people.