The Better Access initiative gives Medicare rebates to eligible people, so they can access the mental health services they need. Support is available from eligible general practitioners (GPs) and other medical practitioners, psychologists, social workers and occupational therapists. Eligible people can receive up to 10 individual and up to 10 group allied mental health services each year. The rebate is available to people with a diagnosed mental disorder. This includes many conditions, such as depression and anxiety. The first step is to get a mental health treatment plan from your GP. This plan identifies the health care you need, and outlines the goals you and your doctor want to achieve.
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