The NSW Mental Health Commission has a new look to better reflect our work and our purpose.
Our new logo represents who we are and what we do – we are committed to connecting, collaborating and co-designing with our partners and people with lived experience to improve the mental health and wellbeing of the community.
At the core of our work are the courageous voices of people with lived experience of mental health issues and caring, families and kinship groups. We connect with people and amplify their voices to learn how we can better support recovery and improve mental health and wellbeing for the people of NSW.
We collaborate with organisations, researchers, government and communities to advocate for and co-design improved mental health services and support for people of NSW.
Commissioner Catherine Lourey said: "The Commission's new logo is based upon one of our key strengths – listening to the voice of lived experience and those across the community and sector. This really builds upon the expertise, knowledge and engagement we have built over our first eight years, and sets the ambition for the years ahead."
The Commission would like to acknowledge the contribution of people with lived experience of mental health issues and caring, mental health service providers and government agency representatives who consulted with us on developing a new brand strategy that better reflects our purpose and our voice in the community.
Watch the 'Who is the Commission' video, featuring the Commission's new branding.