National mental health report 2010
This report, the eleventh in the series, presents the latest data on progress made under the National Mental Health Strategy.
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The report provides a fifteen year view of trends and performance at the national and state and territory levels, over the period spanning the First, Second and Third National Mental Health Plans from 1993 to 2008. Extensive information is presented that describes changes in the resources and structure of mental health services in Australia since the commencement of the strategy.
National mental health reportThis version of the report was revised on 7 May 2011.
The same publication in smaller sections:
- National spending on mental health (PDF 247 KB)
- Reform of state and territory mental health services (PDF 831 KB large file)
- Private sector mental health services (PDF 273 KB)
- Consumers and carers in mental health care (PDF 147 KB)
- New South Wales (PDF 209 KB)
- Victoria (PDF 207 KB)
- Queensland (PDF 207 KB)
- Western Australia (PDF 215 KB)
- South Australia (PDF 208 KB)
- Tasmania (PDF 208 KB)
- Australian Capital Territory (PDF 207 KB)
- Northern Territory (PDF 155 KB)
To obtain a hard copy of this publication, please contact National Mailing and Marketing on (02) 6269 1080 or email@example.com. The code for this publication is MH263.
Supplementary dataNational mental health report 2010: Appendices tables (Excel 1334 KB large file)
National mental health report 2010: Appendices tables (PDF 307 KB)
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