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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11 Nov
The Centre for Mental Health Learning (CMHL) is in the process of transitioning from initial establishment governance, to ongoing sustainable...
29 Oct
The annual report of the Mental Health Complaints Commissioner (MHCC) for 2018–19, as well as its summary, have just been released and are available...
15 Oct
The Mental Health Professional Online Development (MHPOD) Learning Portal is a free national eLearning platform aimed at building knowledge and...

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Mental health services - in brief

Workforce data | 2019

Mental health services in Australia (MHSA) provides a picture of the national response of the health and welfare service system to the mental health care needs of Australians. Mental health services—in brief is the yearly companion publication to the online report.

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VTMH Resources for mental health practitioners working with interpreters

Diversity | 2019

Victorian Transcultural Mental Health (VTMH) launched a new suite of resources to support mental health practitioners working with interpreters in October 2019. Resources include a poster, a booklet and the project report.

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Centre of Best Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention (CBPATSISP)

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander | 2019

The CBPATSISP clearing house has compiled a range of resources which contain a wealth of relevant and highly useful information.

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Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan, 2019: The consumer and carer perspective

Consumer perspective | Families & carers | 2019

The National Mental Health Commission has released a report outlining consumer and carer experiences of mental health care as part of the Commission’s role in independently monitoring and reporting on progress of the Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan.

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