News and updates
We caught up with the Drug and Alcohol Youth Service (DAYS), one of the services we support, to show you how the service works and what it offers.
Children and adolescents, their families and carers in the Kimberley are receiving improved access to specialist mental health services with the appointment of a new child, adolescent and youth psychiatrist position.
$310,000 for Regional Men's Health Initiative to address issues of mental health and wellbeing, and suicide in men in regional and remote farming communities
The Community Alcohol and Drug Services (CADS) are seeking expressions of interest for two positions of Consumer Rep for the Clinical Management Committee.
The Mental Health Commission is inviting the community to attend a public community information forum for the proposed Karratha community mental health step up/step down service.
The Mental Health Commission’s Drug Aware has taken its ‘Meth Can Take Control’ Campaign to the big screen.
On Friday, the Mental Health Commission congratulated 14 Strong Spirit Strong Mind Aboriginal Programs training participants who have graduated with a Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs
The Mental Health Commission provides a number of ways that you can stay in touch with us on social media.
Every year the World Health Organisation (WHO) celebrates its founding on Friday 7 April with the launch of a new campaign highlighting a health issue. This year the theme is Depression: Let’s Talk.
The Mental Health Commission in partnership with Edith Cowan University today launched a Young Adult Drug and Alcohol, and Mental Health Attitudes survey.