The Productivity Commission called for submissions on the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health Draft Report.
The National Mental Health Consumer & Carer Forum (NMHCCF) submitted a response to the call for submissions on 22 January 2020.
Reason for the submission
The Productivity Commission released for feedback the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health Draft Report.
The NMHCCF’s submission focused on the following key points:
- The Productivity Commission addressed range of issues and, in particular, the focus of the recommendations on consumer-centred care in its Draft Report.
- Five key areas important to further enhance the mental health system from a consumer and carer perspective include: mental health carers; community access and supports; models of care; lived experience engagement and the peer workforce; and lived experience peak advocacy and advisory body.
Download a copy of the submission
NMHCCF - Submission: In response to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health
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