Vision 2030 Roadmap

Closed 4 Dec 2020

Opened 16 Nov 2020


Vision 2030 is a long-term blueprint for a successful, connected, and well-functioning mental health and suicide prevention system that meets the needs of all Australians. It covers areas of research, prevention, early intervention, treatment, recovery and multi-sector approaches to psychosocial wellbeing.

Vision 2030 aims to cast a national direction for mental health and wellbeing in Australia, establishing a person-centred system of mental wellbeing which can acknowledge, value and respond to the experience of each individual.

During 2020, the Vision 2030 project will develop an implementation Roadmap which addresses the specific policies, programs, investments and requirements to enable sustainable change, moving from the current state to the system proposed.

More information on Vision 2030, including video recordings of the ‘Introducing Vision 2030 Blueprint and Roadmap’ webinars are available at the Commission’s website.

Why we are consulting

This online consultation forms part of the Commission's stakeholder engagement approach to ensure that the Vision 2030 Roadmap incorporates as wide a range of experience as possible when developing evidence-based responses to mental health and psychosocial wellbeing.

Through special interest meetings and external expertise, the Commission has identified a number of priority areas for inclusion in the Roadmap. These are detailed in the consultation pre-read documentation below.

Please read the document 'Vision 2030 Roadmap: Key Concepts Consultation Paper 2020' attached at the end of this page before you commence the consultation questions. A copy of the Vision 2030 Blueprint is also attached below and provides the background and context to the Key Concepts Consultation paper.

This online consultation asks you to consider the impact of Vision 2030 on you and identify your needs in its implementation. The final question allows you to attach any additional information you would like to share with the Vision 2030 team.

What is involved?

This online consultation should take 20 minutes to complete, depending on how much information you would like to provide. You do not need to give your name to complete the consultation, and your answers will be kept confidential and anonymous. You are asked to complete questions from either an organisation perspective or an individual perspective. You may complete the online consultation twice (once from each perspective) if you wish to.

You can save your responses and return to the consultation at any time up until the closing date, using the save and return link provided.  You will need to provide your email address if you choose to save and return. If you do not wish to provide your email address, you will not be able to save and return to your answers, and you will need to start the consultation again.

What happens next?

The Commission will analyse the results of this online consultation and use the information provided to further refine the Vision 2030 Roadmap. If you have further questions, please contact the Vision 2030 team at

What happens next




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