The representative organisation
for consumers and families
in mental health
We make a difference in systemic advocacy by being informed about the issues facing people with mental health issues, their families and carers, and using this to influence mental health policy, planning and decision making at local, state and national levels.
Formed in 2002, we are previously known as the Private Mental Health Consumer Carer Network (Australia).
Our State Advisory Forums are an opportunity to hear about the experiences of consumers and their families, empower community members to drive change and share the latest news affecting the mental health sector.
We support a highly skilled workforce through provision of quality research, training, and resources for consumers, carers, clinicians and service providers for improved, inclusive and responsive mental health services across Australia.