Changes to Mental Health and Alcohol and Drug Services in Tasmania
In 2019, the Tasmanian Government started the Tasmanian Mental Health Reform Program. In 2020, the Tasmanian Government also released its reform agenda for the Alcohol and Other Drug Sector in Tasmania. This means that we will start to see some changes in the services we access as support people.
We know that any reform to mental health and alcohol and drug services in Tasmania will impact families and friends. So, we are going to use this page to keep you updated on some these changes. Stay tuned for more information over the months to come!
How can I get involved?
Mental Health Families and Friends Tasmania hosts an event for families and friends called ‘’Conversations with Mental Health Services’’. This is an opportunity to meet with other family members and friends as well as representatives from the Tasmanian Government’s Mental Health and Alcohol and Drug Services. You can ask questions about upcoming changes and provide feedback on your experiences as a support person.
These events happen every three months and are free to join. They are held in Hobart and online via Zoom.
Find out about our next event below!
Upcoming Conversations with Mental Health Services:
Join us to chat about changes to mental health and alcohol and drug services in Tasmania. This is a free event. Light refreshments will be provided. You can attend in person, or online!
Who: Chris Fox; Group Director, Reform Implementation Team
What: A conversation with key representatives regarding the Tasmanian Mental Health Reform Program and the recent reform agenda for the Alcohol and Other Drug Sector in Tasmania.
Where: The Banksia Room, Mental Health Families and Friends, 2 Terry Street Glenorchy
When: Thursday 29 July 2021 – 10:00 – 12:00 pm.
Register here, call us on 6228 7448, or email us at email@example.com
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