A National Combined Voice for Mental Health Consumers and Carers
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The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Department of Social Services draft model for the delivery of carer support services.Read more
The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the consultation draft of the Fifth National Mental Health Plan.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 NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Productivity Commission Preliminary Findings Report, Introducing Competition and Informed User Choice into Human Services: Identifying Sectors for Reform.Read more
The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the consultation draft of the National Consensus Statement: Essential Elements for Recognising and Responding to Deterioration in a Person's Mental State.Read more
The NMHCCF welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the consultation Regulation Impact Statement regarding the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards.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
Mental health must be made a priority for this Federal election.Read more
There is a need to articulate what being person-centred means and what constitutes person-centred care or person-centred approaches to care and support from the perspective of the informed consumer and family/support person.Read more
People with mental illness are among the most socially and medically marginalized people in our community. Ironically, these same people are frequently monitored and treated by qualified health professionals for their mental health problems, whilst their physical health issues are either ignored or inadequately treated.Read more