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In the 2022-2023 financial year QAMH continued its advocacy focus and push for reform with state and federal government. Activities included:
- Elevating the voice of our Members to influence reform with stakeholders and politicians through consultations, training and member forums
- Addressing the unique workforce challenges facing the sector by establishing the Workforce Strategy project and engaging extensive consultation with the sector
- Wellbeing First events across the state to broaden the vision to actively support wellbeing early in distress and ways this can be achieved through service delivery in the sector. These concepts were explored further with the Innovation Hub team projects.
- Building a mental health workforce through the Peer Mentoring Project and Peer Work Scholarships
- Reference group consultations to consult with people with lived experience on identifying key systemic advocacy priorities
The 2023 Annual Report acknowledges the strength and expertise of our members, who play a crucial role in supporting our community and assisting QAMH to push for mental health reform in Queensland. The report also recognises our Board and team, both past and present, for their valuable contributions to QAMH and the broader Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Sector.
The full QAMH Audited Financial Statements for 2023 can be viewed here:
2023 Signed Audited Financial Statements – Queensland Alliance for Mental Health
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