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Simone Montgomery – Mental Health Coordinating Council. Building the Aboriginal Workforce in the Community Mental Health Sector. ACIMH Purpose. Increase Aboriginal employment in the community mental health sector

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Building the aboriginal workforce in the community mental health sector

Simone Montgomery – Mental Health Coordinating Council

Building the Aboriginal Workforce in the Community Mental Health Sector


Acimh purpose

ACIMH Purpose

  • Increase Aboriginal employment in the community mental health sector

  • Build the capacity of community mental health organisations to employ and support Aboriginal workers

  • Build the capacity of community mental health organisations to engage with and better support Aboriginal communities and people

  • Assist Aboriginal people to develop the skills and requirements to work in the community mental health sector

  • Increase Aboriginal engagement with vocational training.


Building the aboriginal workforce in the community mental health sector

AEU

Aboriginal Employment

Unit

DEC (funder)

Organisational level

Sector / System level

Government level

SF

Mission

MHCC

DEEWR (funder)

UCMH

Bensoc

Traineeship level

Richmond PRA

Neami

New horizon

Anglicare

Aftercare

Lyndon


Mid project evaluation

Mid Project Evaluation

  • Increased Aboriginal employment

  • Built capacity of participating organisations

  • Assisted trainees to build skills and knowledge in mental health sector

  • Increase trainee engagement with VET

  • Starting to have impacts on engaging Aboriginal consumers and communities

  • Challenges – Momentum/ work study balance


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