To succeed in our aims to create a community where everyone can be a full and included member of our community regardless of mental illness, we recognise the need to change both policy and the health system as well as address stigma and community prejudices.
We understand that we won't have fulfilled our purpose as an organisation unless we are an active, intelligent and considered participant in important community debates that impact on the people who use our services.
Our community engagement work happens at a local level through our services and via the work of senior staff who are constantly in contact with relevant policy and decision makers.
We also have plans to increase our engagement in public debates through greater participation in community events, the popular media and a range of social media networks.
By sharing stories and giving consumers their own voice, we hope to show the way to a vision for an inclusive, equal and supportive community for everyone living with mental illness.
Connect with Neami
You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube. We encourage you to post, comment, share and help us create vibrant online communities focused around recovery, health and wellbeing.
Metro South Brisbane Hoarding and Squalor Forum
Neami National, Greater Metro South Brisbane Partners in Recovery Program and the Brisbane Hoarding and Squalor Working Group are hosting a forum for organisations and individuals working with or concerned for people experiencing hoarding and / or squalor.
The forum features sessions of presenters and guest speakers covering a range of topics to create an open discussion and build a collaborative response to hoarding and squalor within the Greater Metro South Brisbane Region
Pictured: Neami Thomastown staff supporting White Ribbon Day