Multicultural Access and Inclusion Advisory Group

We live in a multicultural State with many of us being born overseas or having migrated to Australia.

We recognise the unique needs of multicultural families, including those with experience of the refugee journey. The Multicultural Access and Inclusion Advisory Group (MAIAG) plays an important role in advocating for equitable access to CAHS services and the need for culturally safe and responsive service delivery.

The MAIAG has responsibility for implementing, monitoring and evaluating the CAHS Multicultural Action Plan 2022-2027.

The MAIAG meets every other month and aims to increase people’s knowledge and skills, in addition to providing practical advice to improve equitable access and inclusion for all at CAHS.

Committee members include consumers and carers as well as representatives from across Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Community Health, PCH and Neonatology.  

Last Updated: 05/04/2024