Making a complaint
Under Victorian law:
- you have the right to speak up or complain about a public mental health service
- you can’t be treated unfairly because you make a complaint to us.
- help you raise your concerns directly with the service
- work with you and the service to help resolve your concerns
- discuss other options, if we are unable to help.
Your feedback will help improve the services we provide15 June 2016
Read MoreDuring June 2016, we will be launching a pilot project to seek valuable feedback from people who have made complaints to the MHCC.
Our new Advisory Council: Expressions of Interest now open15 June 2016
Read MoreWe are seeking Expressions of Interest for our new Advisory Council.
Our new Making a complaint information sheet in 16 different languages31 May 2016
Read MoreOur Making a complaint information sheet is now available online in 16 different languages, including English, Arabic, Vietnamese, Croatian and Dari.
We are recruiting: Senior Resolutions Officer20 April 2016
Read MoreWe are recruiting to the ongoing, full time position of Senior Resolutions Officer.
Sharing ideas for mental health recovery15 April 2016
Read MoreOn 14 April, Commissioner Lynne Coulson Barr met with Nikki Holland to talk about her visual diary of creative ideas relating to mental health recovery.
The Different Faces of Mental Health14 April 2016
Read MoreIn support of National Youth Week, we will be working with Victorian public mental health services to pilot our youth art and engagement project, ‘The Different Faces of Mental Health’.
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