Human Rights - People with mental health issues can exercise all civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights.
Recovery - People can live a satisfying, meaningful and contributing life with or without the presence of mental health issues.
Co-production - Individuals, their families and supporters are engaged in the governance, organisation and delivery of services.
Personalisation & Choice - People have choice and control over services designed to their individual, social and cultural needs.
Social Inclusion - Having the resources, opportunities and capabilities to learn, work, participate and contribute.
Cultural Connection - The unique cultural values of Aboriginal people and people of other culturally diverse communities are recognised in the design and delivery of services and programs.