The Centre for Mental Health Learning (CMHL) is the central agency for public mental health workforce development in Victoria.

Our vision is to be the centrepiece for mental health learning in Victoria; leading and driving innovation that strengthens and sustains a flexible, curious, knowledgeable and recovery-focused workforce.

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17 Jun
The update and engagement paper is available for feedback via Engage Victoria between 15 June and 4 July 2021. Why are we developing a new Act? The...
05 May
The Mental Health Complaints Commissioner (MHCC) has launched its new website: www.mhcc.vic.gov.au. The MHCC is an independent body created under the...
31 Mar
The Centre for Mental Health Nursing has announced exciting updates for The 2021 Collab Conference with the theme 'Renewal...One Day or Day One?' This...

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Final Report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety

Older persons mental health | 2021

In the Final Report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care, titled Care, Dignity and Respect, Royal Commissioners made a call for fundamental reform of the aged care system as well as recommendations regarding improved access to older persons mental health services.

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Dhelk Dja: Safe Our Way

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander | Family violence | 2018

Dhelk Dja ensures that Aboriginal communities are free from family violence at the statewide, regional and local level. It will guide and influence policies, programs and practices for Aboriginal family violence services.

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MARAM practice guides and resources

Family violence | 2020

The Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework ensures services are effectively identifying, assessing and managing family violence risk. 

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Culturally responsive practice with men who use violence

Family violence | 2020

This resource is designed for family violence practitioners seeking to apply best practice principles when working with men from with migrant and refugee communities who use violence. 

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