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Mental Health Network

The Mental Health Network provides a forum for clinicians, consumers and managers to work together to design and promote better healthcare for NSW.

Read more about the Mental Health Network

Project Updates

ACI is a proud partner of ALIVE, Australia's first national research translation centre implementing change in mental health care. Researchers and people with lived experience will co-design changes to services and save lives. ACI will work with the centre's Implementation and Translation Network and ACI network members will be able to access ALIVE training events, seminars and symposiums.

The aim of the Trauma-Informed Care and Practice (TICP) project is to improve outcomes and experience for people who access mental health services in NSW through the development and evaluation of evidence-based strategies and approaches to promote a trauma-informed health system that recognises the impact of trauma and promotes resilience and healing.

This resource supports the development of collaborative cultures in NSW mental health units. It provides principles, strategies, practical examples and resources to strengthen therapeutic partnerships between clinicians, practitioners, managers and people with lived experience of mental health issues and caring, families and kinship groups.

A resource designed to support local health districts and health networks partner with people with lived experience of a mental health condition to make healthcare improvements using co-design processes.

Recently Added

Resources

Added: 6 April 2021

Type: Webpage

Trauma Informed Transformations: Innovations in COVID 1

Added: 27 August 2020

Type: PDF File (3.6 MB)

Zero Suicide in care initiative

Added: 23 April 2020

Type: PDF File (995.0 KB)

A Guide to Build Co‑design Capability

Added: 22 November 2019

Type: PDF File (978.8 KB)