Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network is a Statutory Health Corporation established under the Health Services Act (NSW) 1997 and is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network full fills a valuable role in improving the health status of those who come into contact with the criminal justice system, to those in courts and police cells, to juvenile detainees, to those within the NSW forensic mental health system and in the community.
In all contexts, Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network works closely with Corrective Services NSW, Juvenile Justice, NSW Department of Attorney General and Justice, Local Health Districts and the Mental Health Review Tribunal in working towards their vision.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network cares for over 30,000 patients annually, a health community that is unique in NSW and is responsible for providing comprehensive health services in a wide variety of settings.
Visit the Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Networkwebsite for more information about the work they do.