Mental Health Commission
The Mental Health Commission was established in 2002. It is an independent body, whose purpose is ‘to promote, encourage and foster high standards and good practices in the delivery of mental health services and to protect the interests of patients who are involuntarily admitted.’
The MHC produces a report each year. The report for 2016 was released on July 7th. You can read it by clicking here.
Previous annual reports from the MHC can be found by clicking here, and navigating through the different years.
The most recent Strategic Plan for the MHC can be seen by clicking here.
A list of inspection reports (for mental health facilities), showing most recent inspections first, can be seen by clicking here.