SA: a grate state of mind. Partnering with South Australians to Implement the SA Mental Health Strategic Plan 2017–2022.

About the Mental Health Commissioners – South Australia

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Commissioners John Mannion and Heather Nowak Heather presented at theMHS (The MHS Learning Network) today.

The topic was "Pandemic, People and Mental Health of the population: Mental Health Commissioners from Australia and New Zealand".

Our reflections were: Reflections from South Australia, Bushfires and beyond.

Our bright stars included:
Lived Experience Telephone Support Service - Adelaide Metro
Neami National Urgent Mental Health Care Centre
Mental Health SAS Response Team

We also highlighted some other South Australian work including:
Bushfire recovery grants, Community wellbeing and resilience grants, Suicide prevention grants, International students, Suicide prevention bill, Suicide prevention strategy, and the lived experience workforce.
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Rate our conference set-up 👇

Commissioners John Mannion and Heather Nowak Heather presented at theMHS (The MHS Learning Network) today.
 
The topic was Pandemic, People and Mental Health of the population: Mental Health Commissioners from Australia and New Zealand.
 
Our reflections were: Reflections from South Australia, Bushfires and beyond.
 
Our bright stars included:
Lived Experience Telephone Support Service - Adelaide Metro
Neami National Urgent Mental Health Care Centre
Mental Health SAS Response Team

We also highlighted some other South Australian work including:
Bushfire recovery grants, Community wellbeing and resilience grants, Suicide prevention grants, International students, Suicide prevention bill, Suicide prevention strategy, and the lived experience workforce.
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The Mental Health Commissioners do not provide mental health services and do not have a formal role in individual complaints or concerns about services. These matters will be referred to the appropriate agency such as the Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner SA www.hcscc.sa.gov.au or the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist.