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Report

In January 2018, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) engaged Mental Health Australia to conduct consultations to inform the design of a tailored...

Publication

Mental Health Treatment Options. The MHCA/Pharma Collaboration has funded the development of checklists to assist carers remember key points they may wish to discuss. Questions you may wish to discuss with your mental health practitioner. When talking to your mental health practitioner, there are questions that you could consider asking. You may not want to ask all of these questions. Tick those that you would like to ask.

Newsletters / Bulletins

Mental Health Australia CEO Frank Quinlan is on holiday this week so we asked Consumer Advocate and former National Mental Health Commissioner, Janet Meagher, to be our guest blogger and outline a project she and her colleagues have been working on. I would like to take this opportunity to raise awareness in the mental health community of some landmark activity that has been going on...

Our Projects

Mental Health Australia is currently undertaking a number of projects to improve mental health services for all Australians. 

Time To Fix Mental Health

Australia’s mental health requires urgent action. The Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health provides a once in a generation opportunity to realise our nation’s mental wealth, and to finally fix our ailing mental health system…

Submission

The Mental Health Australia Submission on the Draft Fifth National Mental Health Plan

My Health Record

Mental Health Australia urges member organisations and mental health consumers and carers to support My Health Record, and to make an informed choice about online privacy.

My Health Record is an online summary of a person’s important health information that will assist GPs and other healthcare providers to make fully-informed treatment decisions. Australians can choose to have or cancel their My Health Record at any point in their life.

Submission

Mental Health Australia releases its submission to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee’s inquiry into the Budget Savings (Omnibus) Bill, focusing on government proposals to remove DSP from certain people in psychiatric detention.

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