We are proud of what we have achieved together over the last year and are pleased to share with you a selection of our achievements in our 2021-22 Annual Report.
Thank you to our funders, partners, staff, and communities, and to the consumers who have trusted us to walk alongside them.
This year’s Annual Report highlights our work in fosteringdesignated lived experience and peer work roles, and the importance and valueof staff bringing their lived experience into the workplace.
We also highlight how, through co-design and collaboration with consumers, we are designing services that meet the needs of the communities in which we work.
We proudly launched our second Reconciliation Action Plan, the 2022–24 Innovate RAP.
Indigenous governance is at the core of the new RAP. Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities will ensure we design culturally safe and appropriate services that meet local needs.
We were excited to launch Head to Health services across the country this year. These vital services don’t require a referral and provide immediate support to people experiencing distress.
From Darwin to Penrith, Geelong to Townsville, we are hearing from guests and visitors that these services are a place where they feel calm, supported, and understood – with the peer workforce integral to the success of this model.
Across the year, we’ve supported 32,000 people to achieve better mental health and wellbeing, established new services tailored to local communities, and supported high-quality, ethical research and evaluation that translated knowledge into improved services and better outcomes for consumers.
Read the Annual Report.
Read the Financial Statement.