Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan
The Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan establishes a national approach for collaborative government effort to achieve integrated planning and service delivery of mental health and suicide prevention services.
Monitoring Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Reform: National Report 2019
This report presents a snapshot of some of the issues faced by the mental health system as a whole, as well as the current progress of reforms in mental health and suicide prevention.
Practical tips to stay connected and mentally well during this challenging time.
Join us for an update on Vision 2030 at one of our upcoming Webinar's on Thursday 17 September and Friday 18 September.
The Commission welcomes the National Cabinet’s commitment to support and respond to the National Mental Health and Wellbeing Pandemic Response Plan.
News & Media
24 March 2020
01 September 2020
The Commission welcomes the announcement of 15 new mental health clinics during COVID-19 for at-risk Victorians
17 August 2020
Recent & Upcoming work
The Commission is working with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) to establish a National Suicide and Self-harm Monitoring System. The public interface of the monitoring system is expected to be available for use by September 2020 and the secure portal available to governments and service providers by the end of this year.
Read more on the 'National Suicide and Self-Harm Monitoring System'
We are bringing together Australian and international experts from the mental health and related sectors to discuss the transition to a digital mental health eco-system responsive and adaptive to consumer need. Please join us for a webinar co-hosted with eMHIC on Friday 2 October from 9-11am AEST.
Register for 'The next chapter: Building on global innovation to transition to Australia’s digital mental health ecosystem Webinar'