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Title: Building the Aboriginal Workforce in the Community Mental Health Sector


1
Building the Aboriginal Workforce in the
Community Mental Health Sector
  • Simone Montgomery Mental Health Coordinating
    Council

2
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.

3
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
4
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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