A National Combined Voice for Mental Health Consumers and Carers
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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
Members of the NMHCCF met in Adelaide on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 February 2016.Read more
The National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission Willing to Work National Inquiry.Read more
The NMHCCF has welcomed the Government's response to the National Mental Health Commission's Review, and the corresponding mental health reform plan which aims to tailor services to the needs of the individual.Read more
The NMHCCF signs second MOU with the National Mental Health Commission.Read more
NMHCCF submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs Inquiry into the Social Services Legislation Amendment Bill 2015.Read more
The National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum is calling for the views of people with a lived experience of mental illness and those who care for them to be included in the proposed working groups following the release of the National Mental Health Commission's Review of Mental Health...Read more