Based in Alice Springs this NT-wide project is another step towards a mental health peer workforce in the NT. The National Mental Health Commission will release Guidelines for the Peer Workforce in early 2021. More opportunities for peer workers are surely coming!
The My Recovery, peer-led education and support program is returning in 2021. My Recovery is free and open to people over the age of 18 who are living in the Greater Darwin region and have experienced issues related to mental health, trauma or alcohol and other drug use.
Adelaide Convention Centre, 30 & 31 March 2020 The Third National NDIS and Mental Health Conference will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from March 30-31, 2020. Conference themes will look at how to improve human rights outcomes and increasing roles for...
Investigating the impact of NDIS market - participants with a psychosocial disability and providers A workshop has been scheduled for Darwin on the 26 February. A facilitated workshop will identify best practice in the delivery of supports to participants with a...
The Youth Foyer Approach
NT Shelter are hosting a Youth Foyer forum to consider and explore the case for a Youth Foyer in Alice Springs: what could it look like, what benefit would it bring to young people as well as the wider community, what would it take to set-up the Model, and who needs to be involved?
On Tuesday September 3rd, 1.30pm – 2.30pm at DoubleTree Hilton Alice Springs
Register on Eventbrite here
My Recovery Program for people who have experienced mental health challenges
The My Recovery Program is coming to Darwin. My Recovery is a 6-session education program for anyone who has experienced mental health challenges and would like to develop skills and strategies to support their recovery. My Recovery is free and will be offered in Darwin in August 2019.
Download the flyer and an application, or simply call or email Noelene, to register your interest
NT Mental Health Coalition
08 8948 2246
0439 100 360