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100,000 Australian's Missing Out on Mental Health Services

Today is World Mental Health Day and a sad statistic has emerged: in Australia it's estimated about 100,000 people are actually missing out on essential services.

As a result the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia has launched a new network to try and make sure people are aware of the help available.

Sky News reporter Celina Edmonds spoke to Executive Director David Meldrum and began by asking him how efforts are being concentrated.

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