Share your feedback on our draft Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan
24th March 2020
Over the past 12 months, South Western Sydney PHN (SWSPHN) and South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) have been working together to develop a Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan to 2025. The development of a joint regional mental health and suicide prevention plan is an action under the Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan.
The Regional Plan promotes the partnerships and integrated approaches in order to reduce the impact of mental illness and suicide in the South Western Sydney.
The Regional Plan has been informed by an extensive consultation with over 200 participants including people with lived experience, their families, carers, SWSLHD clinicians and managers, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations, local general practitioners, along with peak bodies and other government and non-government services and agencies.
Over the next five years, the Regional Plan will establish an integrated approach for collaborative actions to improve the provision of better integrated mental health and related services in South Western Sydney.
The draft Regional Plan is now available for review and comment.
Who can share feedback?
If you are a local community member, NGO, service provider or health professional you are invited to comment and share your feedback on the draft Regional Plan.
You can see the draft Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan here.
Share feedback on the draft Regional Plan
Give feedback online >
You can also give feedback via email if you prefer.
Opportunities to comment and share feedback close on 9 April 2020.
Questions about the draft Regional Plan?
Contact Diana Milosevic, Senior Planner, SWSLHD Planning Unit
Phone: 8738 5719