Mental Health Coordinating Council is the peak body for community mental health organisations in New South Wales.
We represent community-based, non-government organisations who work to support people living with mental health conditions. Our members support people to live well in the community by delivering psychosocial support and rehabilitation services.
Together, we make a positive difference in the mental health sector by driving reform, sustainability and system improvements.
People living with mental health conditions are supported to live meaningful lives in the communities of their choice.
To promote mental health and wellbeing in NSW by championing a strong community mental health sector through leadership, advocacy and support.
Mental Health Coordinating Council brings together a diverse group of people with strong skill sets to support and advocate for community based mental health services in New South Wales.
Our team is dedicated to making a positive difference. Our Board members are elected and appointed representatives who provide leadership and are passionate advocates for mental health reform.
Community mental health organisations support people to live well in the community and meet everyday challenges when and where they need it most. The sector is made up of non-government, mainly not-for-profit, organisations who provide services to maximise independence and keep people well in their local communities.Learn more