The Mental Health Commission of NSW is conducting a survey on the mental health lessons from COVID-19 in NSW.
The research will explore the experience and attitudes of NSW residents towards the mental health implications of the restrictions and health and social consequences of COVID-19, and their expectations of the future.
Through this survey, the Commission will gather evidence from the people of NSW both on the short and longer term impacts of COVID-19, and on access to and navigation of services. This evidence will inform future policy work undertaken by the Commission.
The Commission encourages people with a lived experience of mental health issues and caring, families and kinship groups, to take part in the survey. People from diverse backgrounds are also strongly encouraged to share their experiences through the survey.
The survey is open to anyone 18 years and older in NSW and should take about 12-15 minutes depending on your answers. All responses are anonymous and confidential.
The survey closes on 18 January 2021.