Shadow Mental Health Minister Senator Jan McLucas and Labor Rural and Regional Health Spokesperson Stephen Jones share concerns about mental health services in the bush.
OPINION: Mount Isa is a sprawling mining town of some 22,000 people in remote, outback Queensland with a large fly-in fly-out workforce, low levels of schooling and a reputation for hard work. Access to many of the primary mental health care and community mental health care services is complicated and poorly integrated. Resources are stretched.
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