This RANZCP report is one in a series that examines the barriers to health care for people with both mental and physical illness, and what can be done to reduce these barriers.
National Health Survey: Mental Health and co-existing physical health conditionsResource | 2015
This publication provides a cross-section of results from the National Health Survey, 2014-15. It provides an overview of selected characteristics of people with co-existing health conditions, in particular, people with co-existing mental and physical health conditions.
Victoria's 10-year mental health planResource | 2015
Victoria's 10-year mental health plan sets an ambitious, long-term vision for mental health and wellbeing. It will guide investment and drive better outcomes for Victorians.
Ice Action PlanResource | 2015
Victoria's Ice Action Plan delivers strategies and funding to reduce the supply, demand and harm of ice. The plan has been developed on the advice of the Ice Action Taskforce and builds on the Victorian Parliament's landmark 2014 inquiry into the supply and use of methamphetamines.
The Mental Health of Australian Children and AdolescentsResource | 2015
Young Minds Matter, the Mental Health of Children and Adolescents Survey, is the largest national survey examining the mental health and wellbeing of Australian children and adolescents. The second survey involved interviews with more than 6,000 Australian families.
Guidelines on the management of co-occurring AOD & MH conditions in AOD treatment settings (2nd ed)Resource | 2014
These guidelines aim to increase the knowledge and awareness of co-occurring mental health conditions in AOD treatment settings, improve the confidence and skills of AOD workers, and increase the uptake of evidence-based care.
Breaking the Cycle of Trauma, Koori Parenting, What Works for UsResource | 2014
Consisting of a booklet, poster and post cards, the resources convey key messages and practical strategies to help Koori parents break intergenerational cycles of trauma within their families. The resources have been directly informed by and developed for, urban, Aboriginal parents.
Mad Workplaces: A guide for people with 'mental illness' on how to navigate the workplaceResource | 2014
A realistic and useful booklet for employers written collaboratively by consumers with significant consultation with people who employ consumers and people with expertise in relevant laws and employment practices. There is a matching resource for employers.