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Fortnightly Focus

Fortnightly Focus edition 7

Improved facilities to support consumer recovery: substance misuse and mental illness

Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS) provides addiction and mental healt

Fortnightly Focus

Fortnightly Focus edition 6

Working together towards success: our first community engagement forum

Measuring success in any organisation is challenging, particularly when success is not only measured against

Fortnightly Focus

Fortnightly Focus edition 5

Substance misuse: more than a health system problem

Having worked in addiction and mental health care for almost 30 years it is becoming increasingly evident that the delivery of

Fortnightly Focus

Fortnightly Focus edition 3

Closing the Gap is a commitment by all Australian governments to improve the lives of Indigenous Australians. This commitment is highlighted by the Closing the Gap strategy.

Fortnightly Focus

Fortnightly Focus edition 2

A number of Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS) staff have worked on the development of a strategic plan over several months.

Fortnightly Focus

Fortnightly Focus edition 1

To all who live or work in the Metro South Health community - Welcome to the first edition of Fortnightly Focus.

Handing over keys

Local partnership to reward 10,000 designated drivers

A new designated driver program for the Brisbane South area was launched today by Metro South Health’s Addiction Services and the Liquor Industry Action Group – South West Brisbane.

Logan Hospital community care unit

Community Care Unit opens in Logan

A new 16 bed residential facility opened today will provide Logan residents recovering from mental illness the opportunity to make a better transition to independent living.

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