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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 07 Hansard (Thursday, 24 June 2021) . . Page.. 2130 ..


I note that information on the number of objections decided by tax type and outcome over the majority of the period requested has been provided previously in response to Questions on Notice (Nos. 1118 of March 2018, 2330 of February 2019 and 3020 of May 2020 refer).


Health—Gungahlin Community Health Centre(Question No 288)

Ms Castley asked the Minister for Mental Health, upon notice, on 4 June 2021:

(1) When was Gungahlin Community Health Centre (GCHC) opened.

(2) When was the Mental Health Division established at GCHC.

(3) How much government funding has GCHC received since its opening.

(4) How much funding has the mental health section received at GCHC.

(5) How is the Government promoting mental health services at GCHC.

(6) How many patients/clients have been supported by the Mental Health Division of GCHC and in what way/how.

(7) Does the Government support, through funding or grants, the (a) Family Connections Course and (b) WOKE project – DBT for emerging adults pilot program.

(8) How many Capital Health Network (CHN) grants are given each year and how much are they worth individually and in total.

(9) How much was the CHN grant for the WOKE project.

(10) Did the Family Connections course get a grant or did it apply for a grant.

(11) How does the Government promote programs that receive grants.

(12) How long are the grants for and what happens to recipients once their grant expires and how are they supported.

Ms Davidson: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) The Gungahlin Community Health Centre (GCHC) opened on 3 September 2012.

(2) Gungahlin Mental Health commenced with two mental health clinicians working out of GCHC in early 2013. At the time they were linked in with Belconnen Mental Health Team. A separate Gungahlin Mental Health team was established in May 2016 with a team leader and expansion of services.

(3) GCHC has received $5.7 million recurrent funding and $21.57 million capital funding.

(4) The Gungahlin Mental Health section has received $0.80 million in recurrent funding since its establishment.


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