mental health reform

Newsletters / Bulletins

This week I was pleased to accept an invitation to speak at the Hobson’s Bay Mental Health Professionals Network in Melbourne. After a week of sometimes turgid budget meetings and analysis, it is always re-invigorating to touch base with the people doing the real work, on the ground.

Newsletters / Bulletins

To know where we’re going, it’s sometimes good to look back at where we’ve come from. And more importantly, look at how far we’ve come. Five years of budget summaries for mental health. Some years with not much joy at all, some with more, and always more to do no matter what the result.

Newsletters / Bulletins

Shortly after the official launch of Investing to Save this week, we learned the report was already being discussed in mental health and economic circles internationally…

Submission

Mental Health Australia and Community Mental Health wrote to the COAG Disability Reform Council urging them to include mental health specific terms of reference in the 2017 Productivity Commission review of the NDIS.

General

The following is the letter sent to party leaders by Mental Health Australia in support of our Election 2016 Campaign . I write on behalf of the Board to...

Media Releases

“Today we are asking party leaders to support mental health. There are important reforms underway and these cannot be forgotten during the current electoral cycle,” said Mental Health Australia CEO Frank Quinlan.

Media Releases

Tonight’s Budget includes a number of welcome new initiatives for mental health, but leaves ongoing uncertainty about how current reforms will be coordinated...

Submission

Mental Health Australia made two submissions on the draft Commissioning Framework for Information, Linkages and Capacity Building. The first submission...

Submission

Mental Health Australia’s submission to the National Disability Insurance Agency on their Personal Care and Community Participation 2016/17 Price Review.

Media Releases

On the ten year anniversary of closing the gap, Mental Health Australia is calling for a sustained national effort to address poor Indigenous mental health and wellbeing.

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