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Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. Authorised by David Coleman MP, Liberal Party of Australia, Revesby NSW.

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Good to join Melissa McIntosh MP @MGrahMcIntosh for the opening of the new Head to Health centre in Penrith. The centre is among the first to open in Australia, as we roll out our major investment in this new model of care. More info: ministers.pmc.gov.au/coleman/2021/p… https://t.co/8kTcclClir

One in 5 new mums and 1 in 10 new dads experience some form of perinatal depression or anxiety. Next week is perinatal mental health week and the theme is: ‘We’re here, we see you.’ For more information visit: pmhweek.org.au https://t.co/Dk0JoEdMae

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. More than 3000 people lose their lives to suicide each year in Australia – our goal is to drive this number towards zero. The establishment of a National Suicide Prevention Office will help achieve this goal. ministers.pmc.gov.au/coleman/2021/n…

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. More than 3000 people lose their lives to suicide each year in Australia – our goal is to drive this number towards zero. The establishment of a National Suicide Prevention Office will help achieve this goal. For more:ministers.pmc.gov.au/coleman/2021/n…

The new multidisciplinary treatment centres in #Budget2021 represent structural change to our mental health system so that it can help more people in better ways

In #Budget2021 we’re investing $820M in a network of multidisciplinary treatment centres for adult, young people and kids.

RT @MathiasCormann: .@JEChalmers & @ALeighMP don’t understand difference between economy & Budget. Giving taxpayers their own money back as a tax refund (appropriately) impacts on budget revenue but is definitely not a cost to the economy. $$ still in the economy & better spent by retirees & others

RT @MathiasCormann: What do Bill Shorten and President Trump have in common? They’re both fighting for more investment, more jobs and higher wages in the US. By opposing a lower business tax rate in Australia, Bill Shorten is helping business overseas take investment & jobs away from Australia.

RT @MathiasCormann: Any decision by @billshortenmp to keep blocking tax cuts to 25% for all Australian businesses would be a decision to wilfully damage our economy, investment, jobs & wages. They must be legislated in full ASAP to boost growth, investment, jobs & wages: theaustralian.com.au/opinion/editor…