Loading...
WORLD HOSPITAL DIRECTORY
Listing Details of 'Alma Street Mental Health Centre'


Alma Street Mental Health Centre




| More

About


Category:  Cancer Hospitals
Address:  Alma Street, Fremantle, WA, 6160
Subcontinent and Continent:  Australia and New Zealand , Oceanic
Country:  Australia
Phone  61-8 9432 3555
Website:  http://www.mmha.org.au/
City:  Perth
State:  Western Australia
Email:  [email protected]
Latitude:  -32.05832
Longitude:  115.75334
Zip Code:  6160
Contact Address:  Alma St, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
Latitude in Degree, Minute, Second [Direction]:  32° 3' 29" S
Longitude in Degree, Minute, Second [Direction]:  115° 45' 12" E
UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) projection is: Northing: 6452420, Easting: 382316, Zone: 50H
GPS (Global Positioning System) is: Northing: -3547579, Easting: 382316, Zone: 50H
Local TM (Transverse Mercator) projection centered at longitude: 117
Lambert Projection: Northing: 22877033, Easting: 13869617
Browser/Visitor at Ashburn, United States is:  0 km away from this Hospital-Alma Street Mental Health Centre, Australia


keywords: 


Details

Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MHiMA)   HomeContact Us HomeAbout UsThe ProjectLatest NewsBlogNewsletterResources and InformationServices and organisationsMental health servicesMulticultural and community organisationsLanguage servicesService provider directoriesTranslated informationMental health informationNational Mental Health Strategy resourcesListen to information about seeking helpAustralian directories and Australian and overseas resourcesArchiveMental health assessment toolsService and community developmentNetworksPoliciesKnowledge ExchangeIntroductionSearchWhat’s new in the literature?New books and reviewsEducation and TrainingPersonal storiesContact Us Need help now? More information Register for updates  Be involved! Latest News Untitled Document Working together towards change\n\nFriday, February 22, 2019 Latest update from Ruth Das, National Multicultural Mental Health Project Manager: \r\n Dear friends and colleagues \r\n I\'m pleased to write to you all with an update on the National Multicultural Mental Health Project.\r\n \r\n Priorities\r\n \r\n In 2018 we were strongly focussed on bringing people together for this highly collaborative project, including mental health consumers and carers from multicultural backgrounds as well as key stakeholders from across the mental health and multicultural sectors.\r\n \r\n Together, we have begun a significant program of work which builds on the achievements of previous national projects, and aims towards an equitable mental health system and improved mental health and wellbeing for Australia’s multicultural population.\r\n \r\n In 2019 we will continue to work together to progress this important work, including: Providing support for organisations to evaluate and improve their cultural responsiveness through further development and promotion of the Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia Establishing, maintaining and promoting a quality-assured knowledge exchange and repository platform on the project’s website Increasing mental health awareness, knowledge and capacity in CALD communities Mapping available evidence-based resources and tools and from these findings, identifying priorities and developing new resources and training Establishing a data collection and reporting strategy Initial efforts will focus on the development of the Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia into a series of modules. This includes reaching out to Primary Health Networks (PHNs) and mental health services across Australia, to help tailor the material to meet a range of service and community needs.

Developing a new name, brand and website for the project will also be an early focus, and we look forward to launching the project’s new resources to you all in mid-2019.\r\n \r\n Collaboration\r\n \r\n I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the key groups and teams who will be driving this work program.\r\n \r\n Project Alliance\r\n \r\n The Project Alliance provides high level guidance and makes strategic decisions about the project\'s direction. The Project Alliance brings together senior representatives from three national peak bodies: Mental Health Australia, the Federation of Ethnic Communities\' Councils of Australia (FECCA) and the National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA). Importantly, it also includes a consumer and a carer representative, as nominated by the members of the CALD Mental Health Consumer and Carer Group.

\n\n Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Mental Health Consumer & Carer Group\r\n \r\n The CALD Mental Health Consumer and Carer Group is comprised of a consumer and a carer representative from each state and territory of Australia. The Group includes a passionate, energised and diverse mix of voices and will provide advice to the Alliance based on members\' lived experience and connections to their communities.\n\nCALD Mental Health Consumer and Carer Group shown here with members of the Project Team\n\n \r\n Stakeholder Group\r\n \r\n The Stakeholder Group includes senior representatives from across the multicultural, mental health and related sectors. The Group will provide advice to the Alliance based on members\' expertise and links to multicultural communities and the mental health workforce.\n\nStakeholder Group meeting with Mental Health Australia staff\r\n \r\n Project Team\r\n \r\n The Project Team is based at Mental Health Australia and includes myself as National Project Manager along with Policy and Project Officer, Kaitlin Saunders and Project and Administration Officer, Charlene Singh.

Staff at FECCA and NEDA also provide support to the Project. Our team can be contacted on 02 6285 3100 or at [email protected]\r\n \r\n Thank you once again for your interest and support for the National Multicultural Mental Health Project. We look forward to keeping you updated with news and opportunities as the project progresses.

\r\n  \r\n Warm regards \r\n Ruth Untitled Document National Multicultural Mental Health Project Update\n\nTuesday, December 18, 2018 Latest update from Frank Quinlan, CEO Mental Health Australia: \r\n As the year comes to a close, I’m pleased to share an update on the National Multicultural Mental Health Project, and look to what’s ahead for 2019.  \r\n Since the public announcement of the project in May this year, our focus has been on coming together with lived experience and professional experts from across the mental health and multicultural sectors. Together, we’ve shaped and begun a significant program of work which we’re confident will help us move towards a more equitable mental health system, which reflects and responds well to the needs of Australia’s multicultural population.  \r\n A key focus of our work program is on the redevelopment and ongoing national promotion of the Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (the Framework), which helps services to evaluate and enhance their cultural responsiveness. We look forward to continuing to reach out to Primary Health Networks, mental health services and interested providers in 2019, and to begin a series of dedicated workshops on the Framework around Australia.

  \r\n Next year will also see the redevelopment of the project’s website into an up-to-date knowledge network on multicultural mental health. This will involve mapping what evidence-based resources and tools are currently available, and identifying priorities and resource gaps which need to be addressed. We look forward to launching the project’s new branding and website during 2019.  \r\n Moving forward, the project will continue to have a strong focus on working with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities around mental health awareness and stigma reduction, and an additional focus on establishing a data collection and reporting strategy.  \r\n We are delighted to have already seen the project energised and enhanced by the contributions of our CALD Mental Health Consumer and Carer Group and Stakeholder Group.

We are also deeply grateful for our ongoing alliance with the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) and the National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) in delivering this project.  \r\n If you’d like to stay up-to-date with National Multicultural Mental Health Project news, please click here to subscribe for updates. \r\n Untitled Document Applications open for consumers, carers from CALD backgrounds to join the new national multicultural mental health project\n\nFriday, July 27, 2018 Mental Health Australia and project partners are calling on consumers and carers from multicultural communities to join an advisory group that will be a key source of advice to the National Multicultural Mental Health Project. The project represents a national focus on mental health for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and aims to aims to support service providers to improve cultural responsiveness and accessibility. Click here to find out more and apply.

\r\n \r\n Untitled Document Positions Vacant - National multicultural mental health project\n\nFriday, May 11, 2018 Following the exciting announcement of a new national multicultural mental health project last week, Mental Health Australia is currently recruiting for a National Project Manager and a National Project & Administration Officer. This is an excellent opportunity to join our team and make a difference as part of an important national project. Candidates from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications for both positions close 21 May 2018. Click here to find out more.

\r\n Untitled Document A renewed national focus: Bringing together the mental health and multicultural sectors\n\nFriday, May 04, 2018 Latest update from Frank Quinlan, CEO Mental Health Australia: \r\n Mental Health Australia has joined forces with the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) and the National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) as part of an alliance to deliver a new national multicultural mental health project, announced today by Minister for Health the Hon Greg Hunt MP and funded by Australian Government. \r\n The project will work with multicultural mental health consumers and carers to provide a renewed and much needed national focus on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. \r\n Working alongside such well respected organisations and colleagues in the multicultural community will be a huge advantage in delivering this new project.  \r\n We all have a lot to learn from each other, and to unite the mental health and multicultural sectors, to work closely with CALD consumers, carers, and communities, will make a real difference to service delivery and provision. \r\n Click here to see the joint media release from Mental Health Australia, FECCA and NEDA on today\'s announcement.

\r\n more news Events Calendar of Events Quick Links MHiMA Discussion Paper  What’s new in the literature? Newsletter MHiMA strategic plan Translated mental health information Videos Framework for Mental Heatlh in Multicultural Australia   12345671234567123456712345671234567 \n\nConsumers, carers, family members \n\nCommunity organisations \n\nHealth practitioners \n\nAgency leaders and managers MHiMA Project Updates \n\n On 4 May 2018, Minister for Health the Hon Greg Hunt MP announced a new National Multicultural Mental Health Project.\n\nThe Project brings together the mental health and multicultural sectors to provide a national focus on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.\n\nMental Health Australia, the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) and the National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) have formed an Alliance to deliver the Project. The Alliance will be informed by advisory groups of mental health consumers and carers from CALD backgrounds and key stakeholders from across Australia.\n\nThe Project will build on the important work of previous national multicultural mental health projects, including the Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (MHiMA) and the Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MMHA) projects.

This will include updating this website and its resources over time.\n\nTo find out more about the new Project, please see the Project Fact Sheet or click here for more information.\n\nTo sign up for National Multicultural Mental Health Project Updates, please click here to join the mailing list. Framework Stories Implementing the MHiMA Framework Promotional Video\n\nImplementing the Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia: Towards Culturally Inclusive Services\n\nWatch Video   Framework Towards culturally inclusive services\n\n20 Mar 2014\n\nThe Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia is now available. \n\nGo to the MHiMA Framework website.

Personal stories Short films\n\n20 Mar 2014\n\nFinding our Way, stories created by people from migrant and refugee backgrounds living with emotional and mental health issues. \r\n Watch the stories.  Knowledge exchange Find and share information\n\n28 Mar 14\n\nFind new books and recent reviews and check what\'s new in the literature. \n\nBrowse the collection, share news about education and training and watch personal stories.    Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (MHiMA)\n\nThe MHiMA Project was funded by the Australian Government, Department of Health, to provide a national focus for advice and support to providers and governments on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

The MHiMA Project was completed on 31 December 2016. The National Multicultural Mental Health Project will build on the important work of the MHiMA Project, and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health to 31 December 2020. Copyright © 2011. MHiMA .All Rights Reserved\r\n Website Design by iformat\r\n \r\n FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:\n\nThe MHiMA project is funded by the Australian Government, Department of Health, through the National Mental Health Programme.

Mental Health in\r\n Multicultural Australia HomeAbout UsLatest NewsResources and InformationKnowledge ExchangeContact Us Contact Us Phone: (02) 6285 3100\r\n Fax: (02) 6285 2166\r\n Email: [email protected]\r\n \r\n \r\n Postal address:\r\n PO Box 174\r\n Deakin West  ACT  2600\n\n    .
Accuracy

While the information contained within this website is periodically updated, no guarantee is given that the information provided in this website is correct, complete, and up-to-date. Accuracy is intended but is not guaranteed.

Liability

Links from World Hospital Directory to third-party Alma Street Mental Health Centre sites do not constitute an endorsement by World Hospital Directory of the parties of their products and services. The appearance on this website of advertisements. if any and product or service information does not constitute an endorsement by World Hospital Directory, and World Hospital Directory has not investigated the claims made by them. Information is based solely on material collected by World Hospital Directory.

Proprietory Content

Logo, images or construct may be the proprietory of Alma Street Mental Health Centre. All other information, including images of this website are proprietory content of World Hospital Directory, except in case of caveat or expressively stated.

Rating

Rating of Alma Street Mental Health Centre shown in stars, if any ranges from 1 to 5. Rating is done by the browsers. Only 1 rating submission is allowed per IP address. If rating submission is not displayed then probably you have already submitted or rating blocked for security and other reasons. World Hospital Directory do not have control over the rating. Do not send any email to improve rating. Alternatively, the Hospital Admin may contact us for reputation badges. 27% of the Hospitals listed in World Hospital Directory have one or other reputation badge. World Hospital Directory reserves the right to issue or decline such badges.


Tags: 
multicultural, mental, health, australia, mhima,  , homecontact, homeabout, usthe, projectlatest, newsblognewsletterresources, informationservices, organisationsmental, health, servicesmulticultural, community, organisationslanguage, servicesservice, provider, directoriestranslated, informationmental, informationnational, strategy, resourceslisten, information, about, seeking, helpaustralian, directories, australian, overseas, resourcesarchivemental, assessment, toolsservice, developmentnetworkspoliciesknowledge, exchangeintroductionsearchwhat’s, literaturenew, books, reviewseducation, trainingpersonal, storiescontact, register, updates , involved, latest, untitled, document, working, together, towards, change\n\nfriday, february, update, national, project, manager, friends, colleagues, pleased, write, project\r\n, priorities\r\n, strongly, focussed, bringing, people, highly, collaborative, project, including, mental, consumers, carers, multicultural, backgrounds, stakeholders, across, sectors\r\n, together, begun, significant, program, which, builds, achievements, previous, national, projects, equitable, system, improved, wellbeing, australia&rsquos, population\r\n, continue, progress, important, providing, support, organisations

Images

Copyright of Images

Logo and images portrayed above may be the proprietory content of Alma Street Mental Health Centre. All other images of this website are proprietory content of World Hospital Directory, except in case of caveat or expressively stated.

Comments


Scan to Mobile

QR code for this Hospital

Cover

Country Info (click on the down-arrow to expand)

Country Population Area Capital/Currency Code
Australia 21515754 7686850.0 Canberra/AUD
Australia occpies 7692024 km of territory, which is 0.052% of world's total territory and it stands at rank 6 in the list of largest countries in the world. Australia is the only country that is a coterminous with a continent. Largest country without a land-border to neighbors. By far largest country in Oceania.

Local time: Mon, 19 Apr 2021, 06:29:46
 at Australia/Lord_Howe

Currency: Australian Dollar
Official Languages: (no official language) Australian English (80% of the population)
Other Languages: Mandarin, Italian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, many of those languages are considered to be ‘endangered’.
Language Codes: en-AU
Political System: federal parliamentary democracy and a Commonwealth realm
Land/Water Area (in Sq km): 7682300.00/58920
Elevation (Above/Below) Sea Level in meters: 2229.0/
GDP per Capita Income (in USD): 65520
Birth per 1000: 12.19
Death per 1000: 7.07

Additional information [Links to websites]


Date & Time Zones in Australia


UTC/GMT Date Time: Apr 18 2021 19:53:26

  • UTC+11:00 (NFT) — Norfolk Island
  • UTC+10:30 — Lord Howe Island
  • UTC+10:00 (AEST) — Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania
  • UTC+09:30 (ACST) — South Australia, Northern Territory
  • UTC+08:00 (AWST) — Western Australia
  • UTC+07:00 (CXT) — Christmas Island
  • UTC+06:30 — Cocos (Keeling) Islands
  • UTC+05:00 — Heard and McDonald Islands
  • Hospital Jobs


    Sat, 17 Apr 2021 02:37:36 GMT

    Clinical Psychologist, Hospital Outreach

    Clinical Psychologist, Hospital Outreach Post-suicidal Engagement (HOPE) Program 1.0 EFT to February 2022... NorthWestern Mental Health The Royal Melbourne Hospital The Royal Melbourne Hospital As one of the largest health services in...

    Royal Melbourne Hospital
    Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC

    Thu, 15 Apr 2021 22:15:32 GMT

    Hospital Medical Officer PGY3+

    The Royal Melbourne Hospital; Advancing health for everyone, everyday. As one of Victoria largest public health... a full time capacity for Hospital Medical Officers. Application Criteria: Minimum 2 years clinical experience Eligible...

    Royal Melbourne Hospital
    Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Parkville, VIC

    Sat, 03 Apr 2021 04:00:26 GMT

    Hospital Epidemiologist

    Hospital Epidemiologist We are recruiting for a new position as Clinical Epidemiologist at the Royal Melbourne... Hospital. Build capacity for enhanced data collection to manage surge demand and managing a major contact trace of staff...

    Royal Melbourne Hospital
    Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Parkville, VIC

    Registered Psychiatric Nurses - Mental Health Hospital in the Home - Geelong Barwon Health Job Summary Barwon... Health Drugs and Alcohol. The Mental Health Hospital in the Home service provides 9 adult and youth acute mental health bed...


    : $64,377.92 - $90,394.15 per annum Hours Per Week: 38 Requisition ID: REQ224181 Where you'll be working St George Hospital What you'll be doing... any hazards/risks or incidents to their managers. The vision for nursing and midwifery at St George Hospital...

    NSW Health
    Sydney, NSW

    be working St George Hospital What you'll be doing The vision for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD...

    NSW Health
    Sydney, NSW

    Sun, 18 Apr 2021 03:48:40 GMT

    Hospital Assistant - Food and Cleaning

    hospital environment and satisfied patients. Does this sound like you? About the opportunity You will be responsible... as you serve NSW Health hospital patients to ensure an optimal service. to find out more. This is a Full Time Exempt (up to 6...

    NSW Health
    Henty, NSW

    to various clinical services based at Prince of Wales Hospital and War Memorial Hospital. The position is also responsible... service is closed on public holidays. Where you'll be working The Prince of Wales Hospital is a major teaching hospital...

    NSW Health
    Bondi Beach, NSW

    District office, Mental Health Unit, St George Hospital, Kogarah. What you'll be doing The vision for South Eastern Sydney...

    NSW Health
    Sydney, NSW

    contact: Dr Sam Orde Director Intensive Care Medicine Nepean Hospital. 0404648794...

    NSW Health
    Kingswood, NSW - Sydney, NSW

    Sun, 18 Apr 2021 01:45:23 GMT

    Senior Social Worker | Hospital

    . You will work across Hospital, Outpatient clinic & Indigenous Hubs in the community. You will also have exposure to outreach...

    Cornerstone Medical Recruitment
    Queensland

    Sun, 18 Apr 2021 01:10:00 GMT

    Senior Psychologist | Hospital

    . You will work across Hospital, Outpatient clinic & Indigenous Hubs in the community. You will also have exposure to outreach...

    Cornerstone Medical Recruitment
    Queensland

    Sun, 18 Apr 2021 00:50:09 GMT

    Hospital Assistant - Food and Cleaning

    hospital environment and satisfied patients. Does this sound like you? About the opportunity You will be responsible... as you serve NSW Health hospital patients to ensure an optimal service. to find out more. This is a Full Time Exempt (up to 6...

    NSW Health
    Harden, NSW - Murrumburrah, NSW

    Director Hospital Services, Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (NBMLHD). The role is complex and challenging and plays...

    NSW Health
    Kingswood, NSW - Sydney, NSW

    Tasmanian Health Service Tasmanian Hlth Service - Northern Region Launceston General Hospital Applications...

    Tasmanian Government
    Launceston, TAS

    : $64,377.92 - $90,394.15 per annum Hours Per Week: 38 Requisition ID: REQ224150 Join the nursing team at Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital. Where you'll... be working This position will rotate between the Sydney Hospital Emergency Department and the Sydney Hospital Outpatient...

    NSW Health
    Sydney, NSW

    Sat, 17 Apr 2021 23:01:36 GMT

    Senior Security Officer - St George Hospital

    lives' The Senior Security Officer will supervise and lead hospital Security Officers in the delivery of security services... across the hospital. The Senior Security Officer will provide support to the Security Manager in the administrative...

    NSW Health
    Sydney, NSW

    District office, Mental Health Unit, St George Hospital, Kogarah. What you'll be doing The vision for South Eastern Sydney...

    NSW Government
    Sydney South, NSW

    Director Hospital Services, Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (NBMLHD). The role is complex and challenging and plays...

    NSW Government
    Sydney, NSW

    be working St George Hospital What you'll be doing The vision for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD...

    NSW Government
    Sydney South, NSW

    to various clinical services based at Prince of Wales Hospital and War Memorial Hospital. The position is also responsible... service is closed on public holidays. Where you'll be working The Prince of Wales Hospital is a major teaching hospital...

    NSW Government
    Sydney, NSW

    Hospital and Nepean Clinical School within the Department of Women’s Health- Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Successful applicants... services at Nepean Hospital and associated University of Sydney academic unit Assist in provision of Obstetric...

    NSW Government
    Sydney, NSW

    Located at Braeside Hospital, Prairiewood, NSW Full Time, permanent Opportunity, Monday – Friday Exciting opportunity... accrual to HammondCare. About HammondCare. Bringing these health, hospital and aged care services together, HammondCare...

    NSW Health
    Prairiewood, NSW

    Sat, 17 Apr 2021 22:40:51 GMT

    Senior Security Officer - St George Hospital

    lives' The Senior Security Officer will supervise and lead hospital Security Officers in the delivery of security services... across the hospital. The Senior Security Officer will provide support to the Security Manager in the administrative...

    NSW Government
    Sydney South, NSW

    : $64377.92 - $90394.15 per annum Hours Per Week: 38 Requisition ID: REQ224161 Where you'll be working St George Hospital What you'll be doing... any hazards/risks or incidents to their managers. The vision for nursing and midwifery at St George Hospital...

    NSW Government
    Sydney South, NSW

    Clip Board

    Disclaimer

    Accuracy

    While the information contained within this website is periodically updated, no guarantee is given that the information provided in this website is correct, complete, and up-to-date. Accuracy is intended but is not guaranteed.

    Liability

    Links from World Hospital Directory to third-party Alma Street Mental Health Centre sites do not constitute an endorsement by World Hospital Directory of the parties of their products and services. The appearance on this website of advertisements. if any and product or service information does not constitute an endorsement by World Hospital Directory, and World Hospital Directory has not investigated the claims made by them. Information is based solely on material collected by World Hospital Directory.

    Proprietory Content

    Logo, images or construct may be the proprietory of Alma Street Mental Health Centre. All other information, including images of this website are proprietory content of World Hospital Directory, except in case of caveat or expressively stated.