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The Inquiry will consider how mental illness can affect all aspects of a person's quality of life.


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NCOSS has made a submission to the Productivity Commission inquiry into Mental Health, which presents an important opportunity to look more holistically at.


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2. Submission to Productivity Commission on Mental Health: Draft Report. Mental Health Coordinating Council. Building , Corner of Church.


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The Queensland Alliance for Mental Health has finalised its submission in response to the Productivity Commission into Mental Health's Draft Report. The Draft.


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This has been republished from Mental Health Australia's weekly bulletin. One week on from the release of the Productivity Commission Inquiry's Draft Report.


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The Queensland Alliance for Mental Health has finalised its submission in response to the Productivity Commission into Mental Health's Draft Report. The Draft.


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The Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Mental Health system presents an unmissable opportunity for reform. Taken together, the.


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#InThisTogether: Christine Morgan, National Mental Health Commission CEO

It is not simply enough to do what we are doing now, but better. As always, the policy landscape is complex and as a sector we understand how little benefit comes from just applying more band-aid solutions. Vol 2, p. Which is why we need to work together and keep assisting the Productivity Commission to realise the full extent of its ambition, as this report moves from the draft to final stage over the coming months. For example, it states: There is no clear national vision for mental health. It has set out particular areas for focus, like housing, justice and education. In short, we can all still work to bolster and further improve the Final Report. We also understand how easy it is to ignore recommendations, no matter how well written, if they do not interrelate with each other. So the question now is: how can the sector work with the Productivity Commission to further articulate a suitably ambitious reform agenda that represents generational change? First and foremost, Mental Health Australia welcomes the careful thinking and detail the Productivity Commission provided in the Draft Report, which has many positive aspects. In looking to provide the Productivity Commission with sector-wide feedback it is interesting to consider hypothetically: if everything in the Draft Report was implemented fully and completely, would it have enough of an impact to really shift the national response to mental illness? Many things contribute to this. This is consistent with the subject of the vision being the mental health system, rather than mental health outcomes. It works hard to properly place the experience of mental illness in a broader social context. It is an opportunity for writers […]. From the outset there was a great deal of expectation surrounding the release of this report, and from our end that expectation still remains, having now had time to read and process the draft. The mindshare Awards is a poetry and creative writing competition open to South Australians with lived experience of mental illness. Some critical elements appear to be missing, like a concept of recovery, structures to support broader consumer and carer systemic advocacy, and a clear commitment to community-based services. And it has attempted to grapple with details of accountability and governance.

Thank you to our dedicated policy and communications teams who have all contributed to this detailed analysis of the Draft Report. With click to see more timing of this Draft Report, and the Final Report to be delivered to Government in Maywe should also be mindful of a range of activities underway that may still influence the productivity commission mental health of future reform.

The Draft Report is also at times damning about national progress. There is no clear national vision for mental health. It is a useful and contemporary statement of the breadth and depth of the community and economic impact of mental illness.

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