MHCSA

February 10, 2018

State Government Commits to Mental Health Sector

Following our joint SACOSS/MHCSA State Election Forum Mental Health Minister Peter Malinauskas announced a commitment to fund psychosocial services. The Media Release explains the mental health […]
February 3, 2018

How is NDIS changing the psychosocial workforce?

The New Paradigm is the Australian Journal for Psychosocial Rehabilitation. In their summer edition they have a series of articles looking at various ways NDIS is […]
February 3, 2018

NDIS Pricing Submission

As the NDIS continues to roll out across the country we are looking closely at the pay structure and pricing of Mental Health Workers. You can […]
February 3, 2018

NDIS Code of Conduct

With only a moderate number of people living with severe mental illness eligible for the NDIS the MHCSA has been doing a lot of advocacy with […]
January 5, 2018

SA’s Mental Health Future – Election Forum

Now more than ever mental health must be a priority for whoever forms Government or becomes a Member of Parliament after the March State Election. With […]
January 3, 2018

Lived Experience Telephone Support Service – EOI

In 2017 MHCSA partnered with the Adelaide Primary Health Network (APHN) to lead a co-design process to develop a new service called Lived Experience Telephone Support […]
January 2, 2018

South Australia’s Mental Health Plan

The Mental Health Commission of South Australia  has launched the Mental Health Plan for the state. The MHC has a vision that has South Australia internationally recognised […]
December 20, 2017

A Practical Guide For Working With Carers Of People With A Mental Illness

The Mental Health Coalition of SA were pleased to work with Ian Goodwin Smith on this practical guide for working with carers of people with a […]
December 20, 2017

A Critical Literature Review of the Direct, Adverse Effects of Neuroleptics

The Mental Health Coalition of SA were pleased to work with Ian Goodwin Smith on this critical literature review on antipsychotics by National Mental Health Consumer […]