• Group Meeting

    Respecting the Difference attracts 935 staff

  • Group Gathering
  • 2013-14 Year in Review
  • 2014 Annual Public Meeting

    L-R: Greg Davison - Manager, Aboriginal Health; Julie Babineau - Chief Executive; The Hon Victor Dominello MP, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs; Shireen Malamoo - Board Member; and Chris Puplick AM - Chair, JH&FMHN Board

  • Award 5

    L-R: Evan Freeman, Natalie Bell, Emma Smith, Cathy Warner, Joanne Roberts, Adrijana Pokrajac, Maxine McCarthy, Gregory Davison, Julie Babineau, Geraldine Baillet; and Paul Sinclair 

2014 Annual Public Meeting

The sound of the Yidaki (didgeridoo) played by Dharug man Blak Douglas filled the JHAC building at the Network’s 2014 Annual Public Meeting.
JH&FMHN was privileged to have Uncle Les Davison, Elder of the La Perouse Aboriginal Community deliver the Official Welcome to Country, while the keynote address was presented by the Hon. Victor Dominello MP, Minister for Citizenship and Communities, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Minister for Veterans Affairs, and Minister Assisting on Education.

The event also included highlights from the 2013/14 financial year, and a special perspective given by a carer of a custodial patient.

Record attendance at the meeting marked the event as a huge success with close to 100 guests indicating the last 12 months had been a significant year for the Network and that we should all be proud of our achievements.

To download the latest 2013-14 Year in Review click here

To download the latest 2014-17 Research Strategy click here

Careers

Careers

Employment and Careers at JH&FMHN a State-Wide service provide.

Come and join us, challenge yourself.

The Forensic Hospital

Forensic Hospital

The Forensic Mental Health Directorate sets the strategic direction, develops, coordinates and delivers health care services in the area of Adolescent Health and Forensic Mental Health.

Long Bay Hospital

Long Bay Hospital

Primarily covers people in custody, going to court and linking people back to community.

Centre for Health Research in Criminal Justice

Research

Improving the health of our population through high quality research and evaluation.

What we do

Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network is a state-wide Board-governed Specialty Network delivering health care to adults and young people in contact with the forensic mental health and criminal justice systems, across community, inpatient and custodial settings.