Annual reports

Annual Report 2014-201520 November 2015

This is the Annual Report of the Mental Health Commission of New South Wales for 2014-15.  In December 2014, the NSW... more

Annual Report 2013-201424 November 2014

This is the Annual Report of the Mental Health Commission of New South Wales for 2013-14. This has been a year of great... more

Annual Report 2012-201331 October 2013

The Commission's inaugural Annual Report - looking back over our first year. more

Reports and resources

Physical health and mental wellbeing: an evidence guide13 April 2016

The chronic physical health problems and premature deaths of many people who experience mental illness are not acceptable.... more

Community visit reports 201514 March 2016

These reports profile the Commission’s 2015 visits to: more

One year on24 February 2016

Twelve months after the launch of Living Well and the NSW Government’s commitment to adopt and implement all its actions for... more

Medication and Mental Illness: Perspectives2 December 2015

The development of Mediction and Mental Illness: Perspectives was undertaken to explore the challenges and opportunities... more

The NSW NDIS and Mental Health Analysis Partnership Project 30 October 2015

The NSW Mental Health Commission has partnered with the Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC) - the NSW peak group for... more


Indefinite detention of people with cognitive and psychiatric impairment in Australia13 April 2016

People with cognitive and psychiatric impairment in NSW can be detained as forensic patients in a mental health facility,... more

Review of Guardianship Act 1987 (NSW)6 April 2016

It is essential that consumers and carers are meaningfully consulted in relation to the review of the Guardianship Act. As... more

Art and mental health22 January 2016

The Commission put together a submission to the NSW Minister for Health, who set up a Taskforce on Health and the Arts in... more

Mental health recovery and social housing13 March 2015

This is a submission the Commission prepared in response to a request to the community from Family and Community Services... more

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