Mental health non-government organisation establishments NBEDS 2015-
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Set Specification|
|Registration status:||Health, Standard 13/11/2014|
|DSS type:||Data Set Specification (DSS)|
The scope of the Mental health non-government organisation establishments National Best Endeavours Data Set (MH NGOE NBEDS) is mental health-related non-government organisations which provide one or more of the service types included in the service taxonomy:
Mental health non-government organisations are private organisations (both not-for-profit and for-profit) that receive Australian and/or state or territory government funding specifically for the provision of services where the principal intent is targeted at improving mental health and well-being and delivered to people affected by mental illness, their families and carers, or the broader community.
These services focus on providing well-being, support and assistance to people who live with a mental illness rather than the assessment, diagnostic and treatment tasks undertaken by clinically focused services.
Collection and usage attributes
Non-government organisations involved in the provision of mental health care services.
National reporting arrangements
Data are provided to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare for national collation, on an annual basis, by government authorities providing funding to non-government organisations specifically for the provision of services where the principal intent is targeted at improving mental health and well-being and delivered to people affected by mental illness, their families and carers, or the broader community.
Periods for which data are collected and nationally collated
Financial years ending 30 June each year.
|Implementation start date:||01/07/2015|
Glossary terms that are relevant to this data set, other than those listed in the Scope section above as part of the mental health non-government organisation establishments service type taxonomy, are included here.
Source and reference attributes
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare