Improving Outcomes through Collaboration Partnerships in Health, Community and Legal Assistance Services 31 October 2022: The Platform, L3, 256 Adelaide Terrace, Perth In a growing movement, legal assistance services are collaborating with health and community organisations - to provide free legal help to people where they are, when they need it most. There are now more than 100 of these health justice partnerships across Australia, including in alcohol and other drug, mental health and family and domestic violence services. This Symposium will: Explore how partnerships can deliver better outcomes Create opportunities for collaboration in WA Build attendees' knowledge and skills for effective partnerships Buy tickets here Program Morning Symposium 9am - 12:30pm (includes Morning Tea) Exploration of partnerships in health, community and legal assistance services Q&A with expert panel Lunch and Networking Afternoon Workshop 1:30pm - 4:30pm (includes Afternoon Tea) Health Justice Australia workshop: building effective partnerships between health, legal and community services. Open to all people working or advocating in the health, community and legal assistance sectors Morning only or Full Day tickets available. $30 Morning Only / $60 Full Day (includes Lunch)* *We are working to create an inclusive event. If the cost of the event makes it difficult for you to attend, please contact us. Buy tickets here Event Partners and Sponsors: More Information - why partnerships? Health and community justice partnerships are collaborations between services, bringing legal help into health and community services. We know that legal problems cluster around life challenges like family breakdown, money or housing issues and that vulnerable people often face barriers to accessing legal services. Many people with legal needs will first present to a non-legal professional, such as a community, refuge or health worker. Partnerships offer an opportunity to reach people where they are - when they need help. Integration is a key theme in reforms in the legal assistance, health and community sectors. With many successful examples across Australia, partnerships present an opportunity to increase access to justice and improve outcomes.