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MENTAL HEALTH
DISABILITY

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.

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PROTECT DISABILITY CARE

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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Union Aid Abroad

Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA aims to build self reliance through support to education and training projects for workers and their organisations

LATEST NEWS

Warrnambool & Portland DHHS members to stop work

Wednesday 22nd November, 2017 Stop work: 10am - 2pm. Rally: 11am outside Warrnambool DHHS Office, 109 Lava St, Warrnambool.

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Occupational Violence in DHHS - how many times has it happened in your workplace?

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DHHS EBA/Privatisation Negotiations Update

Last week the Andrews Government finally reacted to our escalating Protect Disability Care campaign in the Northcote by-election and other marginal seats around Victoria.

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HACSU Statement on Medically Supervised Safe Injecting Rooms

“It is very important not to enter these debates with emotive arguments. It has to be about what the evidence says is effective,” Lloyd Williams said. “All the evidence points to MSIC’s saving lives. In the Kings Cross area in Sydney, for example, drug-injecting usage has actually declined on a per capita basis since the introduction of a MSIC in 2001.”

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