Changing Mental Health in Western Australia

Richmond Fellowship WA is a leader in bringing Recovery practices into mental health Western Australia.  People Can And Do Recover!

Mental Health Accommodation Outreach Services Carer Services - Caring for Carers Calendar of Events
Mental Health Accommodation Outreach Services Carer Services - Caring for Carers Calendar of Events
Mental Health Accommodation Outreach Services Carer Services - Help for Carers Calendar of Events
Mental Health Accommodation Outreach Services Carer Services - Help for Carers Calendar of Events

Action Research Project Survey

 
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CoMHWA Collaboration to Recovery- Action Research Project Survey

Consumers of Mental Health WA (CoMHWA) is calling people to take part in an important survey as part of the Collaboration to Recovery project aimed at capturing the experiences of cross-sectoral referrals for consumers and service providers.

The project focuses on consumers with multiple unmet needs, such as mental and physical health care needs, and substance use issues. 

The goal is to build inter-sector knowledge to strengthen regional partnerships that support ‘whole of life wellbeing’. Complete the survey HERE

 

RFWA 40th Anniversary Celebration 

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In 2015 we celebrate our 40th anniversary in Western Australia. To mark this historic occasion, we will be holding several events throughout the year.
 
An invitation to reconnect is extended to people with lived experience, their families, friends, former staff.and anyone who came into contact with RFWA over those years.
 
We welcome your contributions of photographs, stories of hope or any other information.

To be included in our anniversary mailing list, e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
 
 

Co-production & Recovery Colleges

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On 17 February 2015, you are invited to a free seminar to hear from two international experts:

Centre for Mental Health's Geoff Shephard will speak about his development of the Implementing Mental Health Recovery through Organisational Change (ImROC); and

Jane McGregor will talk about Recovery Colleges, their key defining features and the work she has done with the Nottingham Recovery College.

The morning session will be followed by a Q&A panel facilitated by RFWA's Adrian Munro who will discuss, 'What are the enablers for developing a Recovery College in WA?'

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