For people with lived experience of mental ill-health, and families and friends

Tell us what you think psychosocial services should be like!

Mental Health Australia and the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum are making a list of good psychosocial services. We want to hear from people with lived experience of mental ill‑health and carers and family members about what good psychosocial services look like. We’re doing this so we can tell the Australian Government what psychosocial services outside of the National Disability Insurance Scheme should be, once governments finish their current analysis of unmet need.

Please let us know what you think through a short survey, which takes up to 5 minutes to complete:

Survey for people with lived experience of mental ill-health (to fill out this survey please click here)

Survey for carers and families of people with lived experience of mental ill-health (to fill out this survey please click here)

These surveys will be open until Friday 13 October 2023.

Your input to these surveys will directly feed into Mental Health Australia and the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum’s advice to governments on psychosocial services outside the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Please feel free to circulate this amongst your networks.

Please email policy@mhaustralia.org if you would like any further information about the surveys.

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