Royal Commission into Mental Health Terms of Reference Consultation

Help shape the terms of reference for the Royal Commission into Mental Health by completing the online survey. The Victorian Government is establishing a Royal Commission into Mental Health – the first of its kind in Australia. They are seeking your input to develop the terms of reference for the Royal Commission into Mental Health. The terms of reference will detail the Royal Commission’s task. The Royal Commission will be tasked with providing a comprehensive set of recommendations on how to best support Victorians with mental illness, including Victorians at risk of suicide. It will also play a major role in raising public awareness about mental health as an issue.

If you or a family member has immediate concerns or requires assistance, contact beyondblue on 1300 224 636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

 

How to share your views

Online survey

Help shape the terms of reference for the Royal Commission into Mental Health by completing the survey below by 27 January 2019. You can also upload further information to support your response.

In writing

You can also provide your views by mailing submissions by 27 January 2019 to the Mental Health Royal Commission Establishment, Department of Premier and Cabinet, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne Victoria 3002

Please note

There will be several opportunities to share your experience and ideas on how to improve the mental health system in Victoria.

Once established, the Royal Commission is expected to release information on how the inquiry will be conducted, including how the community can contribute to the Royal Commission’s work. The Royal Commission may gather information from individuals and organisations through a variety of forums. This may include written submissions, community consultations and hearings.

The survey can be found on Engage Victoria's site: https://engage.vic.gov.au/royal-commission-mental-health-terms-of-reference

 

 

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