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QMHC on Twitter

About our account

The Queensland Mental Health Commission’s Twitter account is @Qld_MHC.

We use Twitter to share relevant information about mental health and alcohol and other drugs, and supplement the information we publish on our website.

Our Twitter feed includes information like:

  • media releases and statements from the Commission
  • details of events, consultations and significant information added to our website
  • retweets of selected messages by other users

How we monitor our account

We generally monitor the account between business hours (8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday).

While we welcome feedback and ideas from our followers, however we may not be able to respond individually to all messages.

We request that you use non-discriminatory, non-defamatory language and respect people’s privacy. We may block or report unreasonable behaviour.

Any comment or message we receive may be kept by us as part of our normal record-keeping procedures.

Contact us or need assistance

If you have a formal request, comment or enquiry of complaint, please contact us  by phone, email or writing.

If you need assistance with mental illness or substance misuse, there are a range of support options to connect you with an appropriate service in your area.

Last updated 25 June 2014

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