We represent and advocate for the shared needs, interests and priorities of consumers (“Consumer Voice”) in order to shape services, policy and community change. There are many issues of concern that need our action.
Our systemic advocacy is driven by what our members and networks are telling us about mental health.
We undertake: research and publications, campaigning, and present lived experience in the media, governments and services.
Systemic Advocacy: Case Study Examples
We provide independent peer support to enable people to make decisions about services within the Individualised Community Living (ICLS) program.
Contact us today to talk to our ICLS Peer Coordinator or click here to learn more about our ICLS peer support program.