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Queensland Mental Health Commission

The Queensland Mental Health Commission (the Commission) was established on 1 July 2013 by the Queensland Mental Health Commission Act 2013 (the Act). The Commissionā€™s role under the Act is to drive ongoing reform towards a more integrated, evidence-based, recovery-orientated mental health, alcohol and other drugs, and suicide prevention system in Queensland. As an agency in the health portfolio, the Commission works alongside the Department of Health while retaining its independence as a statutory body. It reports through the Mental Health Commissioner directly to the Minister for Health, Mental Health and Ambulance Services and Minister for Women and receives advice and recommendations from the Queensland Mental Health and Drug Advisory Council. The Commission sets whole-of-government mental health, alcohol and other drugs, and suicide prevention policy through Shifting minds: The Queensland Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs, and Suicide Prevention Strategic Plan 2023ā€“2028, and its supporting plans Every life: The Queensland Suicide Prevention Plan 2019ā€“2029 (Every life Phase Two), and Achieving balance: The Queensland Alcohol and Other Drugs Plan 2022ā€“2027 (Achieving balance).

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