Collaboration • Knowledge • Leadership

Collaboration • Knowledge • Leadership

Not Home Yet: What the future could hold for mental health and housing

Nov, 2020
On Wednesday 9 December 2020, join this free lunchtime webinar with a panel of experts exploring practical solutions to better support people living with co-occurring mental health and housing needs. 

 Produced through a collaboration between Mental Health Victoria, Council to Homeless Persons, Mind Australia and the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, this webinar will explore the experiences of people who would benefit from mental health and housing supports, and the new models required to create a future where people can find the right supports for their needs.

Back by popular demand, Ingrid Ozols AM, lived experience advocate and Managing Director of mh@work, will facilitate a panel of experts made up of people with lived and professional experience of the mental health and housing sectors.

This webinar is designed for people who want to broaden their understanding of the nexus between mental health and housing, and learn about what practical solutions there are for building a future system where people can access the supports they need when they need them. This webinar is suitable for mental health consumers and carers, service providers and practitioners, academics, government representatives, policy specialists and other interested parties.

Click here for more information or to register.

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