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05.06.2016

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Confusion around mental health reforms will leave patients at risk, advocates warn MP3

Mental health advocates are warning that vulnerable people could fall through the gaps because reforms to the sector are being rolled out too quickly. All mental health services funded by the Federal Health Department will soon be commissioned through the recently established primary health networks. But Mental Health Australia is worried that existing services will close before new arrangements are in place. Source: abc.net.au

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