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2014-2019 Strategic Plan

The Queensland Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Strategic Plan 2014-2019 aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Queenslanders including those living with mental illness, mental health problems, and problematic alcohol and other drug use.

The Strategic Plan was publicly released on 9 October 2014 following extensive consultation with over 740 stakeholders across Queensland including consumers, families and carers, service providers and peak bodies.

The Strategic Plan focuses on system-wide actions to achieve long-term and sustainable reform.

Stakeholder input

Development of the Strategic Plan was informed by a wide range of perspectives and views on what mental health and drug reform should look like.

Consultation, engagement activities and the development of issues papers were used to enable consultation with all Queenslanders.

We also commissioned two major reports to help understand the issues and opportunities in Queensland.

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2014-2019 Strategic Plan

Queensland Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Strategic Plan 2014-2019

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2014-2019 Summary

2014-2019 Strategic Plan summary poster

Research reports

We commissioned two research reports to help understand the issues and opportunities in Queensland… Here

Issues papers

Issues papers submitted by individuals and organisations with personal or professional expertise… Here

What we heard

A consultation paper and consumer and carer consultation report on what we heard from stakeholders… Here


Get the media release and speaking notes from the October 2014 launch of the 2014-2019 Strategic Plan… Here

Last updated 14 February 2017

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