You can provide your submission online here. The five questions you will be asked are:
- What's working well?
- What's not working well?
- What could be done better?
- What sort of society would be best for the mental health of all of our people?
- Anything else you want to tell us?
You will also be asked to provide some information about yourself, and asked whether you would like some or all of your submission to be confidential.
You do not need to provide any evidence of your condition, we simply want to hear your views.
Before you start filling out this form, you can click here to read the introduction information about the public submission process.
Please also ensure you have read the Legal information about your submission webpage, including information about how your submission will be managed and how to request confidentiality.
Submissions are due by 5pm Tuesday 05 June 2018.
To ensure we meet the Government’s deadline of October 2018 for providing recommendations, formal submissions close on 5 June. This timeframe enables all submissions to be carefully analysed, research to be undertaken and the Panel are given sufficient time to deliberate on all matters raised. However, we appreciate that for some individuals and organisations this time period might be tight so we will consider requests for time extensions on a case by case basis. Please get in touch with us at email@example.com if you would like to apply for an extension for your submission.
The Meet the Panel forums will continue until 3 July. This provides an opportunity for people to share their ideas with the Inquiry. The views presented at these meetings will be considered by the Inquiry in its deliberations.
Question 1: What’s currently working well?
We know there are concerns with how we view mental health and addictions, promote mental wellbeing, and provide support and services to those who need it. We also know there are some good things already happening that could be supported and expanded. We want to hear about the good things currently happening.