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At least six Australian lives are taken by suicide every day, however there continues to be a lack of public awareness about the impact of suicide on the community according to this report.
The title of the Committee's report The Hidden Toll: Suicide in...
This report makes recommendations aimed at setting a clearer future for mental health in Australia, providing greater accountability, improving the programs and services that already exist and addressing some of the remaining gaps and shortfalls. The committee considers that further investment, leadership and cooperation are...
The committee was directed to examine ongoing efforts towards improving mental health services in Australia, with reference to the National Action Plan on Mental Health agreed upon at the July 2006 meeting of the Council of Australian Governments, particularly examining the commitments and contributions of...
This is the first report of the select commitee, providing a wide-ranging review of many aspects of mental health care in Australia, and a set of unanimous recommendations. The decision to divide its report into two parts was the result of a particular confluence of...
This report makes 18 recommendations to government, including calling for a national rural and remote mental health strategy to address the low rates of access to mental health services and the high rate of suicide in Australia's rural and remote communities.