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Collaboration • Knowledge • Leadership

Save the date: AOD and mental health conference

09
May, 2022

The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association and Mental Health Victoria will co-host an AOD and Mental Health Collaborative Service Providers’ Conference on Monday 18 July 2022.

The conference is open to anyone working in a funded AOD or mental health service. The theme, presenters and program will be announced in the coming weeks.

This conference will provide the opportunity to attend face-to-face keynote and breakout sessions and exhibitor stalls, network with others, catch up with colleagues, and enjoy a fully catered lunch.

Selected parts of the program will be offered online. Online attendance will consist of a set program that will stream pre-selected keynote speakers and breakouts.

CEOs, managers and frontline AOD and mental health staff within funded organisations and services are encouraged to attend.

Details

Date: 18 July 2022

Location: Catholic Leadership Centre, East Melbourne (and streamed online via Zoom)

Cost: Free

Tickets will be released in mid-May.

Please contact MHV Policy Advisor Hayley Warren at h.warren@mhvic.org.au with any queries.

VAADA is partnering with MHV and is funded by the Victorian Department of Health to host the conference.

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