Spirituality and diversity picture

July 28, 2022

The Spirituality & Diversity Discussion Project   

Spiritual Health Association (SHA) in partnership with Victorian Transcultural Mental Health (VTMH) has been running The Spirituality & Diversity Discussion Project since 2019. As part of this project, reflective peer group sessions have been facilitated for mental health practitioners to integrate spiritual themes into their practices.   Over the past few months, 3 sessions were… Read more »

New framework image - requested by Adriana

July 28, 2022

Participation by VTMH at the ‘Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Integrated Framework (Guidance) Sessions’ 

The Department of Health (DoH) is developing an integrated treatment, care and support program for clients with co-occurring needs: Guidance for Victorian mental health and wellbeing and Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) services.   In doing this, the DoH’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Division sought expertise from across the mental health, wellbeing and AOD sectors,… Read more »

roundtable amended

July 28, 2022

Presenting our community projects and participation at the Department of Health Diverse Communities Team round table

The Department of Health (DoH), Diverse Communities’ Team, in response to its ongoing alliance with VTMH, invited VTMH to participate in a number of events. VTMH was invited to present at the DoH monthly lunch and learn seminar (organised by the Diverse Communities’ Team) on our experience of engaging with communities. The session was attended… Read more »

Image - Mental health and wellbeing division workshop

July 28, 2022

Workshop: New mental health and wellbeing outcomes and performance framework

On Friday, 13 May 2022 a workshop was held via Zoom to inform design of the new mental health and wellbeing outcomes and performance framework.  This workshop was one of a series of workshops facilitated by Today Design for stakeholders across the mental health and wellbeing sector. The first workshops with consumers and carers have… Read more »