What does the Mental Health Australia do?

Mental Health Australia aims to promote mentally healthy communities, educate Australians on mental health issues, influence mental health reform so that government policies address all contemporary mental health issues, conduct research on mental health issues, and carry out regular consultation to represent the best interests of our members, partners and the community.  These endeavours in education and policy reform are matched by our commitment to researching more innovative approaches to the provision of mental health care.  In addition, Mental Health Australia continues to focus on the human rights of people with a mental illness.

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