As of 2014 Over 4 million people in Australia suffer from some form of mental illness.
Mental illness is defined as a condition which causes serious disorder in a person’s behavior or thinking.
Whether that be anxiety or depression, or a more serious condition such as schizophrenia or dementia the government has been unable to adequately respond to the ever growing number of cases
With regional and rural NSW still lacking essential mental health services in comparison to their metropolitan counterparts political parties in particular the re elected Nationals must consider their stance on mental health reforms in order to decrease the prevalence of this prominent issue.
These packages were created by Nkayla Afshariyan, Elissa Fajloun, Charlotte Foster and Lauchlan Eggins