Consumers of Mental Health WA

The voice of mental health consumers in Western Australia

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Lived experience education & training for consumers, services & community members

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Support by and for people with lived experience for recovery and wellbeing


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WA Prisoners with Disabilities Neglected, Abused

February 7, 2018

WA Disability and Mental Health Peaks join Human Rights Watch in call for Inquiry into Use of Solitary Confinement “People with disabilities in prisons across Australia are at serious risk of sexual and physical violence, and are disproportionately held in solitary confinement for 22 hours a day”, Human Rights Watch said in a report released […]

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Feeling Safer Back Home Project

February 2, 2018

EOI for lived experience participants for post discharge project: Feeling safer back home We are seeking expressions of interest for workshop participants with a lived experience of suicide. ‘Feeling safer back home’ is a project looking at discharge and follow up processes in Western Australia for people who have attempted suicide, their carers, supporters and […]

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The Draft Mental Health Promotion, Mental Illness and Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Plan 2018 – 2025 (Prevention Plan)

January 16, 2018

The draft Prevention Plan has been developed in collaboration with academic experts, senior representatives from relevant government agencies and non‑government organisations, and consumers, carers and families of those with a lived experience of mental health and alcohol and other drug problems. The draft Prevention Plan aims to provide a guide for all stakeholders, including the […]

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