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Training and Development Officer

Training and Development Officer

The Central Australian Suicide Prevention Training Program aims to increase the NT populations’ protective factors through training and education. It promotes awareness, literacy and intervention that can help to prevent escalating distress and the incidence of...

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Suicide Prevention Forum 1-2 June

Suicide Prevention Forum 1-2 June

MHACA organised a successful Suicide Prevention Forum at the Alice Springs Desert Park 1-2 June. The aim of the forum was to connect people, share the learnings from local programs that are working on addressing suicide, and have some good collective discussions that...

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Support Coordinator

Support Coordinator

MHACA’s Support Coordination Team assists NDIS participants with mental health difficulties and a permanent and significant disability to access quality formal and informal support services in their community.The Support Coordinator will have responsibility for...

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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

More then 400 people attended the Equal Futures International Women's Day Event on Saturday 5 March at the Women's Museum of Australia. There were great speakers and performers including Kirra Voller, Katie Harder and the Splinter Sisters, information and market...

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Mental Health Recovery Support Worker

Mental Health Recovery Support Worker

MHACA is seeking a Mental Health Recovery Support Worker to work alongside participants experiencing mental illness to enhance the quality of their lives and ability to live independently with a focus on self-determined recovery. This requires assisting in setting...

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Day Program Activities Officer

In keeping with MHACA’s vision, the Day Program promotes opportunities and choices for people with mental health difficulties in a supportive and facilitative environment that promotes recovery. It is a welcoming environment offering practical assistance and...

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March Group Activities Calendar

The MHACA Group Activities program is a community based program which aims to improve the quality of life for individuals with mental illness by offering structured and socially based activities. Group activities also provide an opportunity for participants to develop...

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Career Opportunity – Intake Officer

The Intake Officer is the key point of contact for access to MHACA services and assists members of the community to navigate the mental health service system. They will support referrals to services within MHACA and to appropriate external services if necessary. Key...

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Career Opportunity – Support Coordinator

MHACA’s Support Coordination Team assists NDIS participants with mental health difficulties and a permanent and significant disability to access quality formal and informal support services in their community. The Support Coordinator will have responsibility for...

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Taking Care of Worries

MHACA has collaborated with the Women’s Safety Services of Central Australia (WOSSCA) to develop a shared resource with MHACA. The project is inspired by providing mental health support to Aboriginal women who are experiencing or have experienced domestic and family...

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Check out MHACA's December newsletter Mental Health Matters with latest news & best wishes for the festive season - mailchi.mp/27931e848bab/mental-health-matters-latest-news-merry-xmas ... See MoreSee Less

Check out MHACAs December newsletter Mental Health Matters with latest news & best wishes for the festive season - https://mailchi.mp/27931e848bab/mental-health-matters-latest-news-merry-xmas

13 Yarn is a National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Crisis support line. It is Indigenous led by community for the community and supported by Lifeline Australia. For 24/7 support please call 13 92 76 ... See MoreSee Less

13 Yarn is a National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Crisis support line. It is Indigenous led by community for the community and supported by Lifeline Australia. For 24/7 support please call 13 92 76
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