Western Sydney Integrated Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan 2020-2022 – Launch Event
Event | Posted on 1st Sep 2021
Seven men die every day in Australia from suicide, and suicide accounted for two in five deaths among 15- to 17-year-olds in 2019. Mental health is a growing issue, and as a region, we all have a role to play in providing culturally appropriate, targeted mental health services that save lives.
The new Western Sydney Integrated Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan 2020-2022 responds to these mental health challenges and outlines collaborative methods of targeting mental health in our region.
The Western Sydney Primary Health Network and the Western Sydney Local Health District would like to invite you to the launch of our
Western Sydney Integrated Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan 2020-2022
Together we warmly invite you to join us in our quest to deliver better services for people in Western Sydney.
The launch will be held via Zoom on Thursday 9 September 2021 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.
The Plan will be launched by the WSLHD Chief Executive, Mr Graeme Loy and WSPHN CEO, Mr Ray Messom.
As a key stakeholder in Western Sydney with an interest in delivering high quality Mental Health services to the people of our region, we sincerely hope you are able to attend.
Please RSVP your attendance by registering through this invite by 8 September 2021. A Zoom link will be sent to you upon registration confirmation.
Register now to attend and contribute to the future of mental health in Western Sydney.