Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Services Review 2017
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September 2016 – Report from the NT Mental Health Forums
The aim of this report is to provide a document that captures information from the NTMHC June 2016 forums and acts as a guide for NTMHC.
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December 2015 – CMHA Executive Summary of Stakeholder Considerations NDIA Individual Support for Psychosocial Disability
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December 2015 – CMHA Full Report of Stakeholder Considerations NDIA Individual Support for Psychosocial Disability
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November 2015 – NDIS Individual Supports Design Project Consultation – Summary of Alice Springs Workshop
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November 2015 – NDIS Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Design Program Consultations
October 2015 – Developing the Workforce
Community Managed Mental Health Sector National Disability Insurance Scheme Workforce Development Scoping Paper Project.
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The Productivity Commission conducted an Inquiry into the Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health in Australia. The draft Report and recommendations, including key mental health stakeholders across Australia have agreed upon a Charter 2020 which outlines the need for a national agreement for mental health.
A response from NTHMC to the Draft Report and in collaboration with NT Shelter and Darwin Community Legal Service. Click here to read the response
National Mental Health Commission Report makes key recommendations to help improve our mental health system
23 September 2019. To view the full report.
2018 – 2019 Mental Health Peer Support Workforce Needs Assessment
The Norrie Report. A review of Forensic Mental Health and Disability Services within the Northern Territory.
People with mental health problems and intellectual and cognitive disability are markedly over represented at all points in the criminal justice system (CJS). As such forensic mental health and disability services are required to provide assessment, treatment and care for these individuals not only during their contact with the CJS, but also into the community. In addition, individuals may be found by courts, because of their mental illness or disability, not to be criminally responsible or to be unfit for trial. This patient cohort also requires the input of Forensic Mental Health and Disability Services.
This report provides the findings of an expert independent review of Northern Territory (NT) Health services provided to people in contact with the criminal justice system or within the youth justice system, who have a mental health problem or a cognitive impairment.
In February 2017, the Northern Territory Primary Health Network engaged the Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition, as the peak body for community managed mental health services in the Northern Territory, to undertake the Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Service Review (MH and SP Service Review).
Joint Submission to Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs Accessibility and Quality of Mental Health Services in Rural and Remote Australia
NTMHC and the Queensland Alliance for Mental Health (QAMH) have made a joint submission regarding the sustainability and quality of adequate mental health services in rural and remote communities throughout Queensland and the Northern Territory. Read the submission here
The Senate Inquiry released their findings on the 4 of December. One of the key recommendations stated the National Mental Health Commission should be funded and tasked with the development of a national rural mental health strategy. The strategy should be informed by PHN service mapping in rural and remote areas. To read the findings please click here
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Joint Standing Committees Report: Provision of services under the NDIS for people with psychosocial disabilities related to a mental health condition – August 2017
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Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (NT) is calling on the Territory and Federal Government to protect existing supports for mental health carers, following the release of a major new report showing informal mental health carers are contributing $13.2 billion annually caring for people with mental illness, 1.7 times more than government investment in mental health services nationally. For the Media Release click here
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