Resources

WA Recovery College Alliance 

The Western Australia Recovery College Alliance (WARCA) aims to create opportunities for anyone in the community looking to connect, explore and transform. They believe every person has something of value to contribute, which is what makes their learning opportunities unique. They recognise their students bring just as much to the classroom as the educators.  AODCCC is proud to be part of the Recovery College Alliance, head over to their website to see training and participation opportunities available today.

Peer Based Harm Reduction

Peer Based Harm Reduction WA (formerly known as WASUA) provides non-judgmental, friendly peer based support, information and education, advocacy and harm reduction services and services aimed at reducing the transmission of Blood Borne Viruses and Sexually Transmitted Infections associated with drug use amongst the community in WA. You can find their website here.

For those of you looking for alcohol and other drug services or community-mental health services in WA, the Green Book is a great place to start. Follow the link to access the search engine and go from there. 

Consumers of Mental Health WA (CoMHWA)

CoMHWA is the independent, state-wide, peak body for people with lived/living experience of mental health issues (consumers). CoMHWA recognised that a consumer-led organisation is essential to achieving a strong, assertive, independent voice for social changes that reflect the needs and priorities of those with mental health issues. Head over to their website here, to get a full summary of services they offer. 

Health Consumers Council WA

Health Consumers’ Council (WA) Inc, (HCC) is an independent, not for profit organisation passionate about ensuring the consumer is at the heart of our state’s health care system. They provide an Individual Advocacy Service during office hours Monday to Friday to help you navigate our health system. They also provide systemic advocacy for the WA Community by participating on a large range of committees and working groups to ensure the consumer voice is heard at the highest level. You can find them here

Mental Health Advocacy Service 

The MHAS is committed to person-centred advocacy in which mental health advocates express the wishes of the patient.

Within the context of the Mental Health Act 2014 (the Act), the MHAS is dedicated to ensuring all consumers are informed of their rights, their rights are observed and their wishes made known. Their website is here

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