A new publication from the Victorian Government provides an overview of the next 18 months of mental health and wellbeing system reform.

The Victorian Government’s work to reform the state’s mental health and wellbeing system continues to progress at pace.

Engagement with consumers, carers, families, the mental health and wellbeing workforce and the wider Victorian public has commenced. The process of commissioning new mental health and wellbeing services has also begun.

To help Victorians learn more about the reforms and how they will be delivered, the Department of Health’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Division has produced a digital publication called Mental Health and Wellbeing in Victoria: Our priorities and progress in system reform and delivery.

The publication outlines the initiatives that will be delivered over the next 12 months, and includes a summary of what has been delivered so far.

It provides a roadmap of how the Victorian Government is approaching these significant reforms and how Victorians will be engaged in the design, development and delivery of the new mental health and wellbeing system.

This publication is designed to provide interested Victorians – including those who work in the mental health and wellbeing sector – with an outline of how and when key projects will be delivered.

It also includes details of some upcoming opportunities for Victorians to contribute to the design and delivery of the new system.
 

Download Mental Health and Wellbeing in Victoria: Our priorities and progress in system reform and delivery (PDF, 292KB)

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