Bail reform is urgently needed
Bail reform is urgently needed. Indigenous deaths in custody are not something we can ignore, and Victoria’s draconian bail laws are contributing to this problem. we are proud to co-sign
Royal Commission Briefings
Come and join us Thursdays for the latest of our Royal Commission Briefings. Tomorrow we will be looking at the latest budget announcements and how they impact and reflect the
Careers at VMIAC!
We have 2 new exciting opportunities available at VMIAC. These are lived experience positions supporting several programs and projects within VMIAC. Applications close 31st of May. find out more here!
Towards Elimination: the 6 Core Strategies for reducing restrictive interventions
The Office of the Chief Psychiatrist and the Office of the Chief Mental Health Nurse, in partnership with Te Pou and the Health Quality & Safety Commission New Zealand, are pleased
NDIS Recovery Consultations
The National Disability Insurance Agency is seeking to align recovery support for individuals, with services provided under the NDIS. This relates to questions about how NDIS providers can best support
Disability Royal Commission Update
Do you have an important story to share about your experiences of psychosocial disability? VMIAC is here to support you make a submission to the Disability Royal Commission. Click here
Free Tickets! Come Join Us!
As part of commitment to raise up consumer voices, VMIAC are proud to support “Little Brother, Big Sister” and presented by La Mama “Drawn from the writer’s lived experience of
Mental Health Tribunal Consumer and Carer Advisory Group
Are you interested in joining the Mental Health Tribunal’s consumer and carer advisory group? They are recruiting to fill 2 vacancies for: A person who has used clinical mental health
Maggie’s Going Away Party
Maggie has been an amazing CEO and we are excited to be putting on a party to see her off. We are calling all interested consumers and members to come
What is Recovery: VMIAC Video Series
These videos are powerful and emotional insights into what recovery means to every individual and how people draw strength and insight from their lived experiences of mental health and wellbeing.