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A Regional Plan for North Brisbane and Moreton Bay focusing on mental health, suicide prevention and alcohol and other drug treatment services

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In 2016, more than 20,000 people in Brisbane North identified as Indigenous, an increase of over 37% from 2011.

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The proportion of people in Brisbane North commencing a mental health plan with their GP increased by 3% each year between 2012/13 and 2014/15.

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The proportion of people living in Brisbane North’s inner city that had recently used an illicit drug.

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The proportion of all children and young people aged between 0 and 17 years in Brisbane North that are estimated to have a mental health condition.

Download the Planning for Wellbeing year one implementation report

This implementation report presents a summary of progress and key achievements against objectives and actions in Planning for Wellbeing – A Regional Plan for North Brisbane and Moreton Bay focusing on mental health, suicide prevention and alcohol and other drug treatment services (2018–2023).

About the plan

Planning for Wellbeing – A Regional Plan for North Brisbane and Moreton Bay focusing on mental health, suicide prevention and alcohol and other drug treatment services 2018 – 2023 (the Regional Plan) was endorsed by the North Brisbane Strategic Coordination Group and launched in October 2018.

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Planning for Wellbeing is a Regional Plan for North Brisbane and Moreton Bay focusing on mental health, suicide prevention and alcohol and other drug treatment services

Acknowledgments

Development of this Plan has been sponsored through a partnership between Brisbane North PHN and Metro North HHS. This activity has been supported by funding from the Australian Government under the PHN Program.

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