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The only specialist union for workers in mental health, disability, and drug and alcohol services across Victoria

HACSU is the only specialist union for the disability, mental health, and drug and alcohol services in Victoria.

HACSU believe that though proper remuneration and conditions for staff, the mental health, disability services, and drug and alcohol sectors will attract and retain the best possible workers, and thus provide the best quality services.

HACSU campaigns not only for industrial outcomes for workers but for the improved funding, resourcing and services for the Victoria disability and mental health sectors.


CERTAINTY FOR DISABILITY

Quality Workforce, Quality Services!

Click here to read more about the 2016/17 DHHS EBA Campaign and the campaign against privatisation of Victorian Public Disability services. 

2016/17 VICTORIAN PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH EBA

Bans remain in place as EBA drafting continues


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LATEST NEWS

CERTAINTY FOR DISABILITY: MAJOR STOP WORK ACTIONS BEGIN!

OVER 99% VOTE YES! THE 2016-2020 PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH BALLOT HAS BEEN DECLARED SUCCESSFUL!

The ballot for the approval of the 2016 – 2020 Victorian public mental health EBA ballot has been declared won with over 99% of people voting yes! This is a fantastic result and evidence of the huge outcomes that have been won for the mental health workforce across Victoria!

HACSU forum for people with disabilities, their friends and families

FREE FORUM The NDIS, and the Privatisation of Victorian Public Disability Residential Services. For People with disabilities living in DHHS and Community residential services. Friends and family welcome!

FORENSICARE EBA TO BE FINALISED SOON

HACSU are proud to announce drafting for the 2016-2020 Forensicare EBA has been complete with the final meeting confirming the details of the new Thomas Embling de-escalation team. The Clinical Support and De-escalation Team will involve surplus staff, comprised of nursing and non-nursing roles, who will be available to respond to crisis and emergency situations at Thomas Embling Hospital.

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