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.
Quality Workforce, Quality Services!
Click here to read more about the work HACSU is doing in the Victorian Disability space.
Disability support workers at St John of God have voted YES to a new EBA. This is the result of a lot of hard work from HACSU representatives and members. Find out what the new EBA will mean for you at your closest HACSU Meeting in Greensborough, Nunawading & Cheltenham.
If you're a current nursing student and you can demonstrate your interest in mental heath nursing as a possible career path, then you're eligible to receive one of 60 FREE student passes to the 2018 Victorian Collaborative Mental Health Nursing Conference. Apply by 10 July 2018.
Important information for HACSU members at Jewish Care! Jewish Care sent out the "Notice of Employee Representational Rights (NERR)" to over the last few weeks. This is the initial step to start the process of negotiating a new enterprise bargaining agreement. As a HACSU member, we are your default representative and you don’t have to respond to the NERR. To get the most out a new EBA we need members to take action and participate in the process - and this means talking to your colleagues who aren't members about joining HACSU.