The ACT Mental Health Consumer Network is a consumer-led peak organisation representing the interests of mental health consumers in the ACT in policy and decision-making forums. The Network is committed to social justice and the inclusion of people with experience of mental illness.

The latest Network News – Autumn 2021 is now available (Autumn 2021)

Updated Training Calendar now available

The Community Education Program recently updated the calendar for training workshops for July to December 2021.

You can access that calendar on this link.

Further information about the different types of training we provide, and an online registration form, can be found on the Community Education page.

Network Bulletin 28 April 2021

Welcome to our latest bulletin. If you are unable to open any links or attachments, please contact the Network on 6230 5796 or email

Of particular note in this bulletin, the Network would like to draw your attention to the following:

• Upcoming Drop-In events
• Free NDIS workshops for consumers and mental health peer workers
• Survey participants for national project supporting mental health and wellbeing of fathers;
• Position vacancies

Network Bulletin 28 April 2021 (PDF)

Joint response to the introduction of independent assessments to the NDIS

The Network, in conjunction with numerous other community organisations, recently submitted a joint response to the Minister for Disability, Justice Health and Mental Health, Emma Davidson MLA, highlighting shared concerns regarding the introduction of independent assessments to the NDIS.

You can read this response by clicking on the link below

Response: NDIS Independent Assessments (PDF)

ACT Charter of Rights for People with Mental Health Issues

The ACT Government released the ACT Charter of Rights for People with Mental Health Issues on 11 October 2011.

Click on the links below to see it in full page view or to download.

ACT Health Charter of Rights poster

ACT Health Charter of Rights pamphlets