Learn all about Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and what the support can offer you and the people you love.

The Conversations with Families and Friends Program is an education and information program that is for those who have lived or living experience supporting a family member or friend who has or does live with:

  • Mental ill health
  • Suicidality, and or
  • Alcohol and other drug use.

The program provides education and information opportunities for families and friends to hear from guest speakers from mental health and AOD services who share information and education on topics that are important to families and friends.

This month, we will be hearing from Dominica Kelly who is the Statewide Group Director of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services across Tasmania. She will be talking to us about what the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, particularly:

  • What it is.
  • How you can access support from the service.
  • How it supports your loved one and yourself.
  • What support it provides.

After we hear from Dominica, you will then have an opportunity to provide feedback on your experiences to influence positive change within the services as well as have your voice heard.

You can attend online (https://events.humanitix.com/conversations-with-families-and-friends-online)

or in person (https://events.humanitix.com/conversations-with-families-and-friends-face-to-face)

(Located: 2 Terry Street Glenorchy, Ground Floor)

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