mental health

Publication

Mental Health Australia commissioned a report from Urbis called Invest now, save later: The economics of promotion, prevention and early intervention in mental health. The report presents a broad based synthesis of current research with economic implications, applied to an Australian context. It provides thought provoking reading for policy makers, academics and commissioners of mental health services.

Newsletters / Bulletins

Next week we take a day to remember those members of the defence force who have served our nation, in war and peace, including those who gave their lives in various theatres of conflict across the globe.

Submission

In August 2017, Mental Health Australia provided an update to the Parliamentary Joint Standing Committee on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) transitional arrangements for the NDIS.

Submission

The Mental Health Australia 2018-19 pre-Budget Submission takes account of the Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan and provides other key priorities that offer strong economic and social returns on investment.

Submission

Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on the National Disability Insurance Scheme on Market Readiness

Submission

The NDIS Board has commissioned McKinsey and Co to conduct a review of the NDIS pricing arrangements. The submission highlights the unique aspects of providing support to people with psychosocial disability and the experiences of providers of psychosocial services.

Submission

This submission was made to the Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee inquiry into the National Disability Insurance Scheme Amendment (Quality and Safeguards Commission and Other Measures) Bill 2017 (the Bill).

Submission

Mental Health Australia has lodged a comprehensive response to the Productivity Commission’s Position Paper on its NDIS Costs study.

Submission

This supplementary submission, prepared for the Joint Committee on the National Disability Insurance Scheme in response to its question on what needs to change for the Scheme to have a recovery focus for people with psychosocial disability. The submission sets out the various legislative provisions that are not conducive to recovery-oriented practice and provides options for addressing that. The submission was jointly made by Mental Health Australia, the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia and Community Mental Health Australia following our joint appearance before the Committee in Melbourne on 28 April 2017.

Submission

This document details some of the key measures in the 2017-18 Federal Budget that are likely to be of interest to mental health stakeholders. See Mental Health Australia’s press release welcoming the Budget initiatives on mental health.

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