By drawing on the expertise and experience of our members, including community mental health service providers, consumers and carers, WAAMH advocates locally and nationally for effective public policy on mental health issues.
We always like to hear new perspectives and feedback regarding our consultations, submissions and advocacy priorities.
We welcome you to contact us with your views.
18 Oct 2021
WAAMH invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from people interested in joining its Mental Health Community Supports Reference Group by 15 November 2021.
06 Oct 2021
WAAMH recently made a submission to the consultation process for the Foundations for a Stronger Tomorrow State Infrastructure Strategy, with a focus on mental health prevention, community supports and climate change. Foundations for a Stronger Tomorrow outlines the State's significant infrastructure needs and priorities over the next 20 years and addresses a broad range of sectors and cross-cutting themes to identify both non-build solutions such as policy reforms and priority projects and programs.
07 Apr 2021
WAAMH is seeking one additional independent consumer representative, and one or two independent carer or family member representatives for its NDIS mental Health Reference Group.
10 Jun 2022
This submission identifies four policy priorities to enhance the strategic focus and increase funding in key areas to address issues of mental health and homelessness in WA.
07 Dec 2019
WAAMH CEO Taryn Harvey spoke to the ABC about the implications of delays to reform the CLMIA Act being introduced to Parliament and how the deadlines for being able to review the draft have been continually pushed back since August 2019.
06 Oct 2021
The National Mental Health Workforce Strategy Taskforce is developing a strategy that will consider the quality, supply, distribution, and structure of Australia’s mental health workforce. Read WAAMH's submission to the consultation process for the Development of the National Mental Health Workforce Strategy here.