2022 MHCSA Mental Health Forum

Schedule

Thu Feb 10 2022 at 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Location

Allan Scott Auditorium - UniSA | Adelaide, SA

2022 MHCSA Mental Health Forum
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The 2022 MHCSA Mental Health Forum will bring South Australian MPs and ask them for their vision for Mental Health in this state.
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Now more than ever South Australians understand the importance of a well resourced Mental Health system that responds to an individual's needs for support in the community. The Mental Health Coalition released a report from PwC which pointed out the economic case for supporting this system and outlined our four key asks for this coming State Election.

The MHCSA is calling for;

  • A strategy to reduce gaps in our community mental health support system by 50% within 3 years.
  • The elimination of avoidable mental health presentations in emergency departments.
  • Access to suitable sustainable housing that allows people to recover and remain well.
  • Embedding the expertise of Lived Experience in system design, delivery and governance.

The 2022 MHCSA Mental Health Forum will bring together key representatives of the Parties currently in State Parliament and ask them to present their vision for South Australia’s Mental Health and respond to the MHCSA PwC Findings.

Moderated by David Washington, Editorial Director, Solstice Media. Invited panellists are;

  • Liberal Party, Hon Stephen Wade MLC, Minister for Health and Wellbeing
  • SA Labor, Mr Chris Picton, Opposition Spokesperson for Health and Wellbeing
  • SA Best, Hon Connie Bonaros MLC
  • Greens, Hon Tammy Franks MLC

This is a COVID safe event with only 50% capacity in the Auditorium and live streamed via Facebook.


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Where is it happening?

Allan Scott Auditorium - UniSA, 55 North Terrace, Adelaide, Australia

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Mental Health Coalition of SA and Office of the Chief Psychiatrist

Host or Publisher Mental Health Coalition of SA and Office of the Chief Psychiatrist

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