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    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.

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    Draft policy paper on continued access to community support for people ineligible for the NDIS – consultation draft for comment

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    Mental Health Australia and the National Disability Insurance Agency have released a report outlining recommendations arising from a joint project designed to identify optimal packages of support for National Disability Insurance Scheme participants with a psychosocial disability.

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    The Mental Health Australia 2015-16 Annual Report, and the Mental Health Australia Financial Report were tabled at our Annual General Meeting on 2 November 2016.

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    Overview At the time of writing, Australia’s mental health sector is facing unprecedented change and uncertainty. After several years where mental health...

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    The National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum (NMHCCF) is the combined national voice for mental health consumers and carers participating in the development of Australian mental health sector and its services.

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    “Recovery-oriented practice and service delivery recognises the unique role of personal and family relationships in promoting wellbeing, providing care, and...

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    Mental Health Australia engaged Rooftop Social to examine a range of ways in which commissioning and contracting arrangements might be improved to achieve a more effective and efficient Australian mental health system. The study involved a review of published and unpublished literature in Australia and elsewhere, guided by consultation with relevant practitioners and specialists.

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    The Mental Health Australia 2014-15 Annual Report, and the Mental Health Australia Financial Report were tabled at our Annual General Meeting on 21 October 2015.

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    Mental Health Australia is investigating the way in which funding arrangements can impact on the day-to-day delivery of services, including in terms of coordination and integration, flexibility and innovation, accountability and red tape. This discussion paper seeks views on alternative approaches to commissioning and contracting of services that might better support the achievement of mental health outcomes.

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