The report from the APSU and VMIAC 2018 Regional Roadshow Project, is now available. 

Sitting on the outside, looking in- Report on the 2018 APSU and VMIAC Regional Roadshow Project

This report documents the Regional Roadshow Project, which took place in the first half of 2018 across regional Victoria.  

This project was run in partnership between APSU, the peak Victorian AOD consumer representative body (a service of the Self Help Addiction Resource Centre) and VMIAC, the peak NGO body for people with a lived experience of mental health and emotional distress.

The Regional Roadshow Project’s broad aims were to connect with consumers of alcohol and other drug (AOD) and mental health (MH) services in rural and regional areas and to capture the experiences and issues that people who utilise services in these regions face.

Picture of APSU and VMIAC Regional Roadshow Report 2018