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Implementation of NSW Government Response to the Select Committee Inquiry into Mental Health Services in New South Wales Status Report March 2007

Summary

The report provides information on actions taken by the NSW Government over the last three years in response to a report of the Legislative Council Select Committee Inquiry into Mental Health Services in New South Wales in 2002. The report made 120 recommendations for improving mental health services in New South Wales, including issues relating to patient treatment and care, community care, homelessness and housing, and forensics. The Government has either achieved or made significant progress in relation to the vast majority of the recommendations. This includes major initiatives for improving coordination of government agencies, improving accountability for mental health services, increased funding, improving services to families and carers, and reforms to the Mental Health Act.

File link: Implementation of NSW Government Response to the Select Committee Inquiry into Mental Health Services in New South Wales Status Report March 2007
File size: 352Kb
Type: Report
Date of Publication: 01 March 2007

Implementation of NSW Government Response to the Select Committee Inquiry into Mental Health Services in New South Wales Status Report March 2007

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