The National Mental Health Commission will be visiting Port Lincoln in the coming month to connect with the local community about individual experiences of the mental health system.
The Mental Health Commission is aiming to give locals across the Eyre Peninsula the opportunity to be actively involved in helping the organisation change the system for the better.
The visit will be among 23 visits across the country with the commission striving to hear from communities, asking what works for them and what doesn’t so that they can adapt and make changes for their 2030 vision on the mental health and wellbeing of all Australians.
The visits will take place throughout July and August with the Port Lincoln visit scheduled for Tuesday 23rd August for locals to attend.
An online process will also be provided for people to engage and give their feedback to the mental health commission.
For more information, visit http://www.mentalhealthcommission.gov.au/our-work/connections