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PHN Priorities: Mental health

21 July 2016

The issue of mental health has the attention of the health care and broader community alike. Meeting needs of people with mental health issues and those of their carers requires flexibility in approach and solutions, and this has been supported through funding for a diverse range of projects across the community. As the WA PHN embarks on a project to map Western Australia’s mental health and drug services against social and demographic needs, we take a look at some of the ways that the health care community has recently contributed to supporting mental health care in Australia and highlight upcoming events.

PHNs actively involved in improving mental health care:

Government initiatives:

  • The Transition Support Program went live on 1 July 2016
    The Partners in Recovery (PIR) and Day to Day Living in the Community (D2DL) organisations received extended funding until 30 June 2019 to deliver the Transition Support Program and ensure service continuity for existing clients to:
    • Assist program clients to test their eligibility for NDIS supports
    • Assist eligible clients to access NDIS supports
    • Provide program services to NDIS participants during the transition phase

The focus of the transition phase of the programs is to support the NDIS rollout.

PHCRIS actively involved in improving mental health care:

Researchers actively involved in improving mental health care:

Events focusing on improving mental health care:

Research Profile members actively involved in improving mental health care:

 

This news item was featured in This Week in PHC Issue: 21 July 2016.

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