Mental Health Commission
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Most Senior WA Executive.
|Assistant Director, Health Liaison||2019|
|Minister for Mental Health||2017|
|Chair, Mental Health Advisory Council||2019|
|Director, Corporate Services||2018|
|Name||Position||Year Started||Year Ended|
|Alison Batcheler||Manager, Communications & Community Education||2014||2016|
|Claire McCullagh||Senior Project Manager||2014||2015|
|Kerry Hawkins||Senior Program Manager||2013||2014|
|Claire McCullagh||Manager, Executive Support||2014||2014|
|Claire McCullagh||Lead Project Officer||2013||2013|
|Sean Loke||Assistant Director, Principal Planning Officer||2011||2013|
|Leslie Delaforce||Senior Project Manager||2012||2012|
|Brian Bartsh||Manager, Executive Support||2012||2012|
|Neil Guard||Executive Director, Healthway||2003||2008|
BiographyThe WA Government's establishment of the Mental Health Commission, the first in Australia, was aimed at creating a modern effective mental health system that has the individual and their recovery as its focus.
The Commission was established as a Government agency in March 2010 with responsibility for strategic policy, planning, purchasing and monitoring of these services. It will promote public awareness of mental wellbeing and will address stigma and discrimination affecting people with mental illness. It reports to the Minister for Mental Health.
Biography last updated 04 Sep 2018