A new report adds to mounting evidence that people with mental illness and psychosocial disability are not being well served by the NDIS.
The report, ‘When the NDIS came to the ACT – A story of Hope and Disruption in the Mental Health Sector’, looks at whether the introduction of the NDIS in the ACT has left people with mental illness and psychosocial disability better off.
This new report by the Mental Health Community Coalition ACT (MHCC ACT) synthesises the experience of not-for-profit (NFP) community-based service providers, people with mental illness and their carers during the first three years of the NDIS in the ACT.
– Natasha Lobo
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