Monitoring and Reporting Framework on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

The Commission continues to undertake national independent monitoring and reporting on mental health and suicide prevention. By highlighting the system activities that affect mental health and suicide prevention in Australia, we hope to inform policy and practice to make a positive change in the mental health and wellbeing of all Australians.

We engaged Nous Group to advise the Commission on the best approach to guide our monitoring and reporting role. We worked closely with Nous to consult with our key stakeholders around Australia and to seek input from consumers and carers, service providers, policy and decision makers about Australia’s monitoring and reporting on mental health and suicide prevention. 

The final report 'Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Monitoring and Reporting Framework' from Nous Group is available for download below.

Consultation

We also conducted a targeted consultation with the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum. The Reporting Framework Forum Summary can be downloaded.

To view the summary reports from each workshop, click on the links below:

For more information about the Commission’s monitoring and reporting role, please email enquiries@mentalhealthcommission.gov.au

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Acknowledgement of Country

The Commission acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands throughout Australia.
We pay our respects to their clans, and to the elders, past present and emerging, and acknowledge their continuing connection to land, sea and community.

Diversity

The Commission is committed to embracing diversity and eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of health services. The Commission welcomes all people irrespective of ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.

Lived Experience

We acknowledge the individual and collective contributions of those with a lived and living experience of mental ill-health and suicide, and those who love, have loved and care for them. Each person’s journey is unique and a valued contribution to Australia’s commitment to mental health suicide prevention systems reform.