MHiMA

Mental Health in Multicultural Australia Project

The Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (MHiMA) project is funded by the Australian Government, Department of Health, to provide a national focus for advice and support to providers and governments on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. This involves representation and support for CALD communities’ interests in the mental health sector and raising awareness of mental illness and suicide prevention in CALD communities.

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The end of the year is approaching and we are starting to reflect on a busy year. You can also read about Ella Ingram who has been named in the BBC’s 100 most inspirational women, our new Board member Robyn Kruk and the latest news from the MHiMA project.

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This week our Countdown to Reform continues. Also read about a Private Health Insurance Roundtable, the Good Sports Awards and an NDIS project update.

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The announcement of the Government’s response to the NMHC Review is imminent and we will be working hard to keep you informed of all developments as they happen. Also read about the Parliamentary Friends of Youth Mental Health and the National Alcohol Strategy.

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Read about the Carer Gateway Advisory Group meeting, the new SA Mental Health Commission, an update on the MHiMA project and the recent MHISSC meeting

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Latest news from the MHiMA Project, outcomes of a Hunter PIR Forum and a meeting with Senator Gallagher are all discussed in this week’s update.

Newsletters / Bulletins

It’s been a huge month across the whole sector, and Mental Health Australia has had some big events this week with our AGM, Grace Groom Memorial Oration and Members Policy Forum - including a visit from Minister for Health Sussan Ley.

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