SHLEAC was established in 2021 to influence, guide and co-design mental health reform towards a more holistic compassionate person-centred model of care where spirituality and spiritual care are embedded in service delivery models.
SHA's Mental Health Leader Jenny Greenham with Hannah, Evan and Maria in 2021.
Would you like to support the expansion of spirituality, spiritual care and person-centred care in the mental health system?
The national Spiritual Health Lived Experience Network will bring together a community of people who identify as having lived or living experience as a consumer or carer, to collaborate with SHLEAC and SHA in our advocacy work.
It will offer opportunities to be involved in key events, forums, consultancy and sharing stories in relation to spirituality and mental health.
The Spiritual Health Lived Experience Network is: