News | Posted on 9th Feb 2022
The Mental Health Commission of NSW is inviting people with lived experience of mental health concerns and as carers and family members to provide feedback to help the Commission to be more effective in its work.
‘The Commission’s role is to monitor, review and improve the mental health and wellbeing of the community by undertaking strategic planning, systemic reviews and advocacy, guided by the lived experience of people with mental health issues, their carers, families and kinship groups.’
The Commission says, ‘[i]n our tenth year of operation, your valuable feedback helps us to keep the voice of lived experience at the centre of everything we do.’
The survey is anonymous and does not ask for details of your lived experience. It will take around 10 minutes to complete.
The survey closes 23 February 2022.