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Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017 

The Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017 (‘the Plan’) outlines the Queensland Government’s plan to reform and improve mental health service over the next 10 years.

 

The Plan challenges government, private sector, and non-government organisations to work collaboratively to provide recovery-oriented, consumer-focused mental health services that:

  • promote mental health and wellbeing
  • where possible prevent mental health problems and mental illness
  • reduce the impact of mental illness on individuals, their families and the community
  • promote recovery and build resilience
  • enable people who live with a mental illness to participate meaningfully in society.

 

The Queensland Government has set clear targets to measure and evaluate progress over the next 10 years.

Key components of the plan:

The Four Year Report on the Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017 (October 2011) outlines the progress towards achieving the aims of the Plan.

 

Improving mental health for Queenslanders

Hard Copy

 

Order a hard copy of the Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017 online.

Order a hard copy of the Four Year Report on the Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017 by phoning 1800 989 451.

 

Alternatively email MHIU_admin@health.qld.gov.au

 

Downloads

 

Download Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017

Download Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017 (PDF 2.08MB)

 

Download Four Year Report on the Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017

Download Four Year Report on the Queensland Plan for Mental Health 2007-2017 (PDF 1MB)

 

Outline of the 2007-08 State Budget outcomes for mental health  (PDF 1MB)

 


Last Updated: 14 November 2012
Last Reviewed: 12 October 2011