IMHA know your rights

Today the Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) launched a suite of new self-advocacy resources. Co-produced over 12 months, these resources were made for consumers, by consumers.

Designed from consultation with diverse communities, these written and online factsheets, self-advocacy videos, wallet-cards and (the upcoming) online self-advocacy tools assist consumers speak up and exercise their rights.

IMHA has been working with mental health services to make these resources available to all consumers. Do you have ideas? If you want to learn more or contribute, read here.

Simon Katterl
Senior Project Officer

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