Category: News

Youth Futures Summit June 2022

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Opportunity for VMIAC Members VMIAC, as a sponsor of the Youth Futures Summit 2022, is pleased to offer ten young people the opportunity to attend this event. We’re sponsoring this

EOI For Terms of Reference Group for Compulsory Treatment Independent Review

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The Department of Health are recruiting consumers to appoint a diverse group to develop the Terms of Reference (TOR) for the Independent Review of Victoria’s compulsory treatment criteria and alignment

LLEW Survey

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The Departments Lived and Living Experience Workforces Employee Survey is for all lived and living experience workers employed in Victoria’s mental health and alcohol and other drug services. Click here

CHECK-IN program Update

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We have recently received the very disappointing news from the The Mental Health and Wellbeing Division of Victoria’s Department of Health that the funding for VMIAC’s CHECK-IN Program will not

How Should Advocacy Services be Provided in Mental health

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A team from La Trobe University, in collaboration with RMIT University, are running this consultation process Your feedback will be used to develop a model for opt-out non-legal mental health

VMIAC CEO Update with Craig Wallace | 10.05.2022

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Join us for this weeks VMIAC CEO Update with Craig Wallace.Watch now for all the updates on our Consumers Leading in Governance, Our Free Warrigal Creek Documentary Screening, and more.

Consumer Register Opportunity – RMIT

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Do you have experience of accessing an emergency department for a mental distress-related presentation?This opportunity is for members of VMIACs Consumer register.If you are not part of the Consumer Register,

13Yarn

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13Yarn is an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander crisis support line. 13Yarn is designed, led and delivered by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across varying demographics https://www.13yarn.org.au/

Schizy Talks

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Schizy Talks is a regular online social space for people with a schizophrenia or schizoaffective diagnosis. Meet others on a similar path, discover new ideas and unpack interesting topics relative

Victorian Police Community Sentiment Survey

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The Victorian Police have released their first annual Community Sentiment Survey. This is your opportunity to provide your insight and feedback to the Victorian Police. Click here to fill out

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