Royal Commission

 

The Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System (RCVMHS) delivered its final report on 3 February 2021. The landmark, two-year inquiry heard invaluable stories, insight and ideas from the community to shape our future mental health system.

The Royal Commission made 65 key recommendations, providing a blueprint to reform and rebuild mental health services in Victoria and Australia.

Australians for Mental Health wholly supports the recommendations of the Commission. In fact, we’re campaigning to see the recommendations of the RCVMHS funded and adopted by each State and Territory in Australia. We encourage families, friends and carers, people with lived experience, and anyone with an interest in mental health to engage with the findings of the Royal Commission.

You can do this by exploring the range of reports, publications and fact sheets below.


Download the Final Report summary and recommendations

Download the final report summary

Download the Fact Sheets

Download the Aboriginal social and emotional wellbeing fact sheet

Download the 'Collaborative Centre for Mental Health and Wellness' fact sheet

Download the 'Community-based mental health and wellbeing services' fact sheet

Download the 'Community Collectives' fact sheet

Download the 'Families, carers and supporters' fact sheet

Download the 'Infant, child and youth mental health and wellbeing services' fact sheet

Download the 'Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission' fact sheet

Download the 'Promoting mental wellbeing for all Victorians' fact sheet

Download the 'Suicide prevention and response' fact sheet

Download the 'Workforce' fact sheet

The complete archive of the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System can be found here including a searchable list of the Commission’s recommendations.