Review of the Mental Health Commission

NSW Government is seeking your feedback to support a review of the Mental Health Commission of NSW.
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What’s this about?

The Mental Health Commission of NSW is an independent statutory organisation established under the Mental Health Commission Act 2012.

The commission reports to the NSW Minister for Mental Health.

The commission aims to check, review, and improve the mental health and wellbeing of the people of NSW.

Section 20 of the Act requires that reviews of the work of the commission are undertaken at least once every 5 years.

The 2024 review will consider the work of the commission.

The review will take into account the commissions functions and the principles governing its work, as outlined in the Act.

Download the discussion paper:

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Discussion Paper for the Review of the Mental Health Commission of NSW (PDF 906.94KB)

 

Have your say

Have your say by 21 June 2024.

You can provide you feedback in 1 way.

Email

1 May 2024 to 21 June 2024

MOH-MHC-Review@health.nsw.gov.au

Consultation period

From:1 May 2024
To:21 June 2024

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