Shaping the National Mental Health Lived Experience Peak Bodies
The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) has been commissioned to support the shaping of the National Mental Health Lived Experience Consumer and Carers, Families, and Kin Peak Bodies. The purpose of these peak bodies is to involve those with lived experience in shaping policies and programs that impact them.
The Department of Health and Aged Care is inviting individuals with lived and/or living experiences of mental ill-health as families, carers, and/or kin to provide their thoughts on what the family/carer/kin peak body could look like before October 27th. This feedback will inform a competitive grant process to engage appropriate organisations to establish each peak body.
Date of closing: October 27th
To share your views and learn more, visit the consultation website and complete the online survey.
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