Personal stories about mental health services

Mental Health Reform aims to highlight the ways that services can and should work to support people in their recovery from mental or emotional distress.

As part of the 2014 pre-budget campaign, we were able to share two stories of individuals who have been supported in their local community.

We are grateful to the individuals who have shared their stories of how community-based mental health services and supports have worked for them, and supported them through crisis and into recovery. Here are their stories.

Anne’s story

Elaine’s story



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