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The NMHCCF would like to congratulate the new Minister for Health on his appointment.Read more
On International Day of People with Disability (3 December), the Civil Society NDIS Statement - summary version and full version - was emailed to the following: COAG Disability Reform Council: sent individually to the Commonwealth Minister and each State / Territory Minister; to the Commonwealth...Read more
The MOU commits the NMHCCF and AFDO to actively seek out opportunities for joint effort, co-production and cross-promotion of work, to support people with psychosocial disability, mental health issues and physical/intellectual disability and their carers.Read more
Members of the NMHCCF met in Adelaide on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 February 2016.Read more
The NMHCCF signs second MOU with the National Mental Health Commission.Read more
The National Mental Health Consumer & Carer Forum (NMHCCF) is a united, independent and national voice of consumers and carers committed to reforming mental health in Australia. NMHCCF members represent mental health consumers and carers on a large number of national bodies, such as government...Read more
The 2014 Annual Issues Forum of the National Register and National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum was held in Sydney on 22 and 23 May 2014. The forum was attended by 65 consumer and carer participatnts and staff of the Mental Health Council of Australia (MHCA). The meeting saw an emphasis...Read more
The Health Issues Centre have published NMHCCF article "Understanding Psychosocial Disability" in Health Issues Journal, Summer 2014 .Read more
This is a public summary version of the NMHCCF Business Plan 2009. The NMHCCF members agreed that the Business Plan would be an internal working document of the NMHCCCF and the key points would be publicly released in this summary. The Business Plan is the intellectual property of the NMHCCF and it...Read more
It is impossible to overemphasise the importance to mental health consumers and carers of participating in decision making at all levels concerning the mental health services that affect our lives. We would like to acknowledge the important steps towards consumer and carer participation that have...Read more