|Agency||Mental Health Commission|
|Type||Expression of Interest|
|Category||95101501 - Land and Buildings and Structures and Thoroughfares - (100%)|
The State Government has, through its Western Australian Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Services Plan 2015–2025 (the Plan), made significant commitments to develop a more balanced mental health system. Central to this reform is the delivery of better care options for people with mental illness and alcohol and other drug problems, closer to where they live, while also reducing the pressure on hospital inpatient beds.
The provision of Community mental health step up/step down (step up/step down) services provides individuals an additional choice regarding the service options they can access when developing their personal recovery plans at different stages of their illness and across their lifespan. This requirement outlines the Mental Health Commissions (MHC) intention to commence the planning for the Broome step up step down service.
The MHC (on behalf of the State) is seeking to purchase and/or lease available land in the Broome area for future consideration of the step up step/down service in Broome.
The MHC's requirement (acting on behalf of the State) is to acquire available land within Broome through either purchase and/or lease for future consideration of the Broome step up step down service.
|Link||Acquisition/Lease of Land - Broome|