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Annual implementation reports

The 2014-2019 Strategic Plan aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Queenslanders.

The Strategic Plan sets priorities for reform and collective action across a wide range of sectors under eight Shared Commitments to Action.

The collective action approach acknowledges that no one agency and no one action can improve the mental health and wellbeing of Queenslanders. It requires a collective approach that recognises the impact of all activities combined is most likely to result in sustained and long-term change.

Our role is to facilitate and support the Strategic Plan’s implementation. We monitor, review and report on Strategic Plan implementation to assess whether our collective efforts are making a positive difference.

Monitoring progress

The Commission monitors the implementation of a large number of actions, including every commitment under the five whole-of-government Action Plans.

We report on progress through annual implementation reports which summarise advances to date, and also through our Action Plan – Implementation dashboard which details the status of every specific commitment.

Ongoing monitoring also enables us, in some cases, to adjust to meet changing needs and circumstances.

2015-16 Implementation report

The 2015-16 Annual Implementation Report (PDF, 384KB) is the Commission’s second report outlining implementation of the Strategic Plan. It relates to implementation actions taken from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.

2014-15 Implementation report

The 2014-15 Annual Implementation Report (PDF, 295KB) outlines steps taken from October 2014 to June 2015 during the first year of the Strategic Plan’s implementation. research and consultation to develop the Queensland Alcohol and Other Drugs Action Plan 2015–17.

Last updated 14 February 2017

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