Mental Health Services

The PHN has commissioned an expanded range of mental health, suicide prevention and alcohol and other drug treatment services in the North Brisbane and Moreton Bay region.

Now on the ground in our region, these services are delivered across areas including:

View more informaton about each area using the links above, or download the North Brisbane and Moreton Bay mental health, suicide prevention and alcohol and other drug services magazine, which covers services commissioned by Brisbane North PHN 2017–2018.

Referring to these services

GPs will be able to access these services for their patients via a new Brisbane MIND Plus referral tool in Best Practice and Medical Director practice software.

Get support with installing Brisbane MIND Plus

There are twooptions for installing the Brisbane MIND Plus referral tool:

  1. Remote installation by our software vendor, Redbourne. Arrange installation by phoning 1800 783 336 or sending an email to redicase@redbourne.com.au
  2. Supported installation via your Primary Care Liaison Officer.

Information for commissioned service providers

If you are a provider of a Brisbane North PHN commissioned mental health, suicide prevention or alcohol and other drugs treatment service, you will be interacting with our new software platform, RediCASE.

 Visit our Information for commissioned service providers page for information and resources to support your work.

Recovery: Mental health, alcohol and other drugs news from your PHN

To hear more about the PHN's work in this area, join the mailing list for mental health and alcohol and other drugs news from Brisbane North PHN.

Subscribe to receive Recovery: Mental health and alcohol and other drugs news from your PHN.

Other services and information

1300 MHCALL (1300 64 2255) - Your first point of contact for Metro North Mental Health, providing support, information and referral.

My Mental Health - For information about mental health services in the North Brisbane and Moreton Bay region.

The Mental Health Act

The Mental Health Act commenced in March 2017. The Mental Health Act is a major step forward for patient rights, strengthens the role of family and support persons, and better aligns the legislation with good clinical practice.

One of the key reforms to the Act is the introduction of capacity-based treatment criteria, so that people with a mental illness will be entitled to

Information on the Mental Health Act 2016 and all the supporting documentation designed to assist with the implementation of this legislation can be accessed on the following website: www.health.qld.gov.au/mental-healthact/.