Safeguarding rights, resolving complaints and improving services

The Mental Health Complaints Commissioner is an independent, specialist body established under the Mental Health Act 2014 (the Act) to safeguard rights, resolve complaints about Victorian public mental health services and recommend improvements.

Find out more

Latest news

  • MHCC survey on our work

    Are you a consumer who currently accesses Victorian public mental health services or a family member or carer of someone who does? If so, we would like to hear from you. We are carrying out a survey...

    Read more about MHCC survey on our work
  • Taking part in the consultation on the Royal Commission into Mental Health

    There is still time to take part in the Victorian Government’s consultation on the Royal Commission into Mental Health.  Victorians are invited to submit their thoughts on the themes and...

    Read more about Taking part in the consultation on the Royal Commission into Mental Health
  • The MHCC annual report 2018

    The Mental Health Complaints Commissioner’s annual report has now been tabled in parliament. Key highlights include 184 service improvement actions taken by Victorian public mental health...

    Read more about The MHCC annual report 2018