Day to Day Living Calendar March-May 2019

Day 2 Day Living (D2DL) is a community based program which aims to improve the quality of life for individuals with mental illness by offering structured and socially based activities. D2DL also provides an opportunity for participants to develop personally and professionally as Peers. Download the March – April – May D2DL Calendar For more  information

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Everymind is seeking people with a lived experience of suicide to contribute their lived experience perspective, in an ongoing role, to help inform a variety of prevention-focused initiatives. It would be great to have some representation from the NT.

Learn more and register your interest: ow.ly/Vkm050AtxAT

“Every individual brings a different set of knowledge and experiences to a conversation which is why we are reaching out in partnership with Roses in the Ocean to engage and develop an advisory group that supports our work moving forward.” Associate Professor Carmel Loughland, Acting Director.“Every individual brings a different set of knowledge and experiences to a conversation which is why we are reaching out in partnership with Roses in the Ocean to engage and develop an advisory group that supports our work moving forward.” Associate Professor Carmel Loughland, Acting Director.

Everymind is seeking people with a lived experience of suicide to contribute their lived experience perspective, in an ongoing role, to help inform a variety of prevention-focused initiatives.

Learn more and register your interest: ow.ly/Vkm050AtxAT
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Everymind is seeking people with a lived experience of suicide to contribute their lived experience perspective, in an ongoing role, to help inform a variety of prevention-focused initiatives. It would be great to have some representation from the NT. 

Learn more and register your interest: http://ow.ly/Vkm050AtxAT

“Every individual brings a different set of knowledge and experiences to a conversation which is why we are reaching out in partnership with Roses in the Ocean to engage and develop an advisory group that supports our work moving forward.” Associate Professor Carmel Loughland, Acting Director.

Tenancy Support Worker - Applications close 4pm Tuesday 14th July

MHACA is a specialist psychosocial recovery and mental health promotion organisation with a strong presence and reputation in the community.

In keeping with MHACA’s vision, the Tenancy Support Program is responsible for the delivery of client-centred case management for individuals and families, with a focus on achieving sustainable tenancies.

This service is specifically tailored to those living with significant mental health issues, who are eligible for public housing in terms of income but are not eligible for other available tenancy support services to help sustain their tenancy or gain new accommodation.

The Tenancy Support Worker works closely with their immediate team, the Pathways to Recovery staff and the Programs Manager to implement the Tenancy Support Program and assist program participants to obtain and maintain tenancies with MHACA, Department of Housing, private rental or other housing providers.

For a full job description and how to apply please go to mhaca.org.au/tenancy-support-worker/
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Tenancy Support Worker - Applications close 4pm Tuesday 14th July

MHACA is a specialist psychosocial recovery and mental health promotion organisation with a strong presence and reputation in the community.

In keeping with MHACA’s vision, the Tenancy Support Program is responsible for the delivery of client-centred case management for individuals and families, with a focus on achieving sustainable tenancies.

This service is specifically tailored to those living with significant mental health issues, who are eligible for public housing in terms of income but are not eligible for other available tenancy support services to help sustain their tenancy or gain new accommodation.

The Tenancy Support Worker works closely with their immediate team, the Pathways to Recovery staff and the Programs Manager to implement the Tenancy Support Program and assist program participants to obtain and maintain tenancies with MHACA, Department of Housing, private rental or other housing providers.

For a full job description and how to apply please go to https://mhaca.org.au/tenancy-support-worker/

Wednesday's is Bingo at MHACA! Amanda and Nola joined in the fun. To find out more about the weekly activities at MHACA go to mhaca.org.au/support-and-recovery/group-activities-and-programs/

Participants with and without NDIS plans are welcome. Email info@mhaca.org.au to register your interest.
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Wednesdays is Bingo at MHACA! Amanda and Nola joined in the fun. To  find out more about the weekly activities at MHACA go to https://mhaca.org.au/support-and-recovery/group-activities-and-programs/

Participants with and without NDIS plans are welcome. Email info@mhaca.org.au to register your interest.

"Life's Highway" is part of the ‘Men Can Get Support’ project. This project is founded and created by the Tangentyere Men’s Family Safety Group (TMFSG) which is made up of the senior men from the Town Camps.

The project is intended to address the stigma and discrimination around gender norms that enforce men’s reluctance to get emotional support and an existing group of Aboriginal men will support community understanding and responses to vulnerable men who need help.

Check out the video:
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Lifeline have partnered with ABC Australia to provide a focus on "Your Mental Health" this week. Find tips for taking care of your mental health at: ab.co/2C6FSsV

Here the ABC’s Mood Elevation Technician* Sammy J has some tips on gratitude…

*We can neither confirm nor deny if this is an official title.

#YourMentalHealthAU
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MHACA participants and staff dropped by Bunnings Warehouse Australia to thank the Bunnings team in person for their recent generous donation. Pictured here is Sally and Amber from Bunnings, and Juan, Helen, Locky and Ricci from MHACA.

MHACA was nominated as one of the 60 not for profit organisations and charities across Australia to receive donations as a way that Bunnings could continue to support local communities as a result of their community fundraising BBQ's being unable to operate due to COVID-19.
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MHACA participants and staff dropped by Bunnings Warehouse Australia to thank the Bunnings team in person for their recent generous donation. Pictured here is Sally and Amber from Bunnings, and Juan, Helen, Locky and Ricci from MHACA.

MHACA was nominated as one of the 60 not for profit organisations and charities across Australia to receive donations as a way that Bunnings could continue to support local communities as a result of their community fundraising BBQs being unable to operate due to COVID-19.

Tenancy Support Worker

MHACA is a specialist psychosocial recovery and mental health promotion organisation with a strong presence and reputation in the community.

In keeping with MHACA’s vision, the Tenancy Support Program is responsible for the delivery of client-centred case management for individuals and families, with a focus on achieving sustainable tenancies.

This service is specifically tailored to those living with significant mental health issues, who are eligible for public housing in terms of income but are not eligible for other available tenancy support services to help sustain their tenancy or gain new accommodation.

The Tenancy Support Worker works closely with their immediate team, the Pathways to Recovery staff and the Programs Manager to implement the Tenancy Support Program and assist program participants to obtain and maintain tenancies with MHACA, Department of Housing, private rental or other housing providers.

For a full job description and how to apply please go to mhaca.org.au/tenancy-support-worker/
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Tenancy Support Worker

MHACA is a specialist psychosocial recovery and mental health promotion organisation with a strong presence and reputation in the community.

In keeping with MHACA’s vision, the Tenancy Support Program is responsible for the delivery of client-centred case management for individuals and families, with a focus on achieving sustainable tenancies.

This service is specifically tailored to those living with significant mental health issues, who are eligible for public housing in terms of income but are not eligible for other available tenancy support services to help sustain their tenancy or gain new accommodation.

The Tenancy Support Worker works closely with their immediate team, the Pathways to Recovery staff and the Programs Manager to implement the Tenancy Support Program and assist program participants to obtain and maintain tenancies with MHACA, Department of Housing, private rental or other housing providers.

For a full job description and how to apply please go to https://mhaca.org.au/tenancy-support-worker/

Comfort in chaos: Looking after yourself in challenging times
6.30 - 8pm NT time // Tuesday 30th June
SANE Australia's Lived Experience Topic Tuesday event.

Forum participants will have the opportunity to connect with each other, focusing on strategies to help keep their personal-worlds positive and safe during this tricky time. Connect at:
mhaca.saneforums.org/t5/Special-Events/Topic-Tuesday-Comfort-in-chaos-Looking-after-yourself-and-...
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Comfort in chaos: Looking after yourself in challenging times 
6.30 - 8pm NT time // Tuesday 30th June   
SANE Australias Lived Experience Topic Tuesday event.

Forum participants will have the opportunity to connect with each other, focusing on strategies to help keep their personal-worlds positive and safe during this tricky time. Connect at: 
https://mhaca.saneforums.org/t5/Special-Events/Topic-Tuesday-Comfort-in-chaos-Looking-after-yourself-and-others/td-p/885881

SANE Australia's - You are Not Alone - is a new resource for people caring for a person who has suicidal thoughts or attempts suicide. You are not alone was made with the help of people who have been carers and know how tough it is. Find out more at:
www.sane.org/you-are-not-alone
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SANE Australias - You are Not Alone -  is a new resource for people caring for a person who has suicidal thoughts or attempts suicide. You are not alone was made with the help of people who have been carers and know how tough it is. Find out more at:
https://www.sane.org/you-are-not-alone