Collaboration • Knowledge • Leadership

Collaboration • Knowledge • Leadership

Register now for AOD and mental health conference

May, 2022

Tickets are available now for the AOD and Mental Health Collaborative Service Providers’ Conference, to be co-hosted by the Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association and Mental Health Victoria on Monday 18 July 2022.

The conference is open to anyone working in a funded AOD or mental health service. The theme is Working Better Together: A Shared Vision for AOD and Mental Health.

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.


Date: 18 July 2022

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

Cost: Free

Register now — attend in person

Register now — attend online

Please contact MHV Policy Advisor Hayley Warren at 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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