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Policy – Discussion Papers

drummond street services regularly advise government, peaks and a range of stakeholder groups regarding policy issues which impact the communities who access drummond street services.

For all policy discussion papers inquiries please contact us on 9663 6733 or email us on

Assessment, identification and response to mental health carers and families

Posted by dsadmin

Mental Health carers and families play a major role in providing support and care to people with mental illness. Their caring role is critical to client support and recovery, with

Prevention and early intervention – Risk Factors and a Public Health Approach

Posted by dsadmin

While clinical, diagnostic and acute individualised services are an important part of the mental health system, drummond street services/queerspace would welcome a significant increase in practice models and programs which