Collaborative and Responsive Engagement (CARE) Hub

The CARE Hub is an online platform designed by and for people who are engaged in community mental health to share and develop their network, knowledge and practice.  The CARE Hub features online spaces for collaboration and resource sharing, discussions around practice, a job board and more. 

Broadly speaking, the CARE Hub provides support across the following domains:

  • Community of practice: Members share ideas, provide a sounding board for complex issues, and learn from each other.
  • Repository of frameworks and tools: Members share useful resources or tools.
  • Training sessions: Online information sessions by WAAMH or in collaboration with other organisations, covering a range of community mental health topics.
  • Communications and consultation: An online platform to share updates, network, and provide mutual support.
  • Recruitment: An online space for members to share job opportunities and promote open positions and placements. 

The objectives of the CARE Hub

  • Foster a community of like-minded people committed to increase the capacity of the community mental health sector
  • Share information, resources and learnings with other members of the community to develop understanding and improve practice.
  • Explore opportunities for collaborative projects among members, including practice groups, working groups and scenario planning.
  • Provide recommendations on areas requiring systemic advocacy for the community mental health sector.

How do I join?

The CARE Hub is free and you can register via If you require more information or have any questions or comments, please email or call us on (08) 6246 3000.