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Important Video Alert on NDIS Gaps

Victorians affected by mental illness are missing out under the NDIS trial

This short film has been developed around Geelong consumers' and carers' experiences of the Victorian NDIS who are missing out in the current NDIS trial. 

Right now this is affecting people in Barwon. But during the next government term it will affect the whole state. 

The Victorian government has done something different to every other state in the NDIS trial. It has completely replaced the community-managed mental health sector with the NDIS. So if you don’t get into the NDIS, there is nowhere left to go. 

Community-managed mental health services are a critical part of our mental health system. Without them we see increased distress for individuals and families. More pressure on our hospital system. And whole communities will be affected.

This is not just a mental health issue, it’s a community issue and, without doubt, a significant election issue.

Watch the video: click here

Sign the Lifting the Lid on Mental Health Pre-Election Petition in support of these issues. click here to sign up.

Share this information on your social media pages.

Twitter: The important hashtags to use in Twitter during the election campaign are these: 

#VicVotes #SpringSt #ABCMyVote

If you want to tweet directly to the politicians, these are what MIF Vic have been using:

@Vic_Premier @LiberalVictoria

@DanielAndrewsMP @VictorianLabor

MIF have started a regular series of Twitter ‘tweets’ and Facebook ‘posts’ about the film. You can follow this on Twitter (@MIFV) and on Facebook (Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria).

If you would like to promote this video, you can utilitse the weblink in your emails, on your organisation's website and in publications. Ask people directly to watch it, like it and share it,  show it at meetings, in your staffroom breaks and in groups.

The YouTube link to use is:  

The petition link is:


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