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  1. Farewell Commissioner Dr Lynne Coulson Barr OAM

    Farewell Commissioner Dr Lynne Coulson Barr OAM

    After six years as the inaugural Mental Health Complaints Commissioner (MHCC) Dr Lynne Coulson Barr OAM will be finishing her term of appointment on 30 June. She will be succeeded by a new...

  2. MHCC Updates - Winter 2020

    The global spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, has changed all our lives in ways we couldn’t have imagined only a few months ago. Here are some updates from the MHCC from pre-COVID-19...

  3. Lived experience profile - Emma Bohmer

    The MHCC is committed to being driven by lived experience in everything we do. We encourage consumers of mental health services, their families and carers to join our staff and Advisory Council and we...

  4. Joint Mental Health Commissioners and Leaders Communique - COVID 19

    Australia’s federal and state mental health commissioners and leaders, including the Victorian Mental Health Complaints Commissioner Dr Lynne Coulson Barr, have joined forces to insist that...

  5. About the MHCC

    About the MHCC

    A brief overview of the MHCC...

  6. YACVic talks to the MHCC

    The Youth Affairs Council of Victoria (YACVic) has interviewed the MHCC's Commissioner Dr Lynne Coulson Barr, Senior Advisor, Lived Experience and Education, Emma Bohmer, and Advisory Council member...

  7. Mental health service responses to our sexual safety report

    Mental health service responses to our sexual safety report...

  8. Mental health and wellbeing supports

      The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is the lead agency for the management of this public emergency in Victoria. Up to date COVID-19 information and resources are available on the...

  9. A message from the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) is an unprecedented and very challenging event for our world. Our thoughts and compassion are with all those finding this an extremely difficult time. We hope that you are...

  10. Complaints reporting - local and state-wide

    Under the Mental Health Act 2014 all Victorian public mental health services are required to provide a twice-yearly report of complaints made to them, and the outcomes of these...