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Feedback sought for National report card on mental health and suicide prevention

Date posted: 2 May 2012

A National report card on mental health and suicide prevention is currently being developed by the National Mental Health Commission.

The Report card will monitor whether services and support systems are working effectively to deliver good outcomes for people experiencing mental health issues, or at risk of suicide, as well as for their families and carers. It is envisaged that the Report card will be:

The Commission would like your views on what should be in the Report card, and are currently seeking input via an online community survey. What information, if reported, do you think would make the biggest difference to drive change and improvement?

The community survey is open for feedback from Saturday 28th of April until Tuesday 8th of May 2012, and is available in multiple languages.


Report Card project team
Ph: (03) 8415 0936

National Mental Health Commission
Ph: (02) 8229 7550


Last updated: 2 May 2012
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