Reviewing progress in mental health reform
The Commission is undertaking a mid term review of Living Well: A Strategic Plan for Mental Health in NSW 2014 – 2024, the 10-year plan for mental health reform in NSW. As part of this review, the Commission has been consulting with a broad range of stakeholders around NSW to consider the progress that has been made against Living Well over the first five years and to identify priorities and opportunities for the remaining five years of the strategy. The Commission has provided advice to the Minister for Mental Health about priorities for reform. A refreshed Living Well strategy will be delivered to the Minister in early 2020.
Local examples of reform
Click the tiles above to view the examples of reform by region.
The Commission has been holding local consultations along with a range of roundtables and agency meetings to gather local information and learnings on reform initiatives that demonstrate progress and align with at least one of the following domains highlighted in Living Well:
• Making it local
• Getting in earlier
• Better responses
• Care for all
• Putting people first
• Right type of care
Read the definitions of the domains here.
Literature reviews and evidence checks
Thank you for your participation
It has been a privilege to travel around NSW and learn from the voice and expertise of people with lived experience of mental health issues and caring, families and kinship groups, mental health and social support service providers and community members. We are grateful for the opportunity to hear from you about progress, challenges and future priorities for your region. Thank you for participating and sharing your experiences and expertise with us.