We are an independent tribunal established in April 2005 to conduct review panel hearings under the Mental Health Act.
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The Mental Health Review Board has released a new Practice Direction regarding Children and Youth Hearings and the Navigator role.
The BC Ombudsperson publicly released a report on March 7th, 2019 titled “Committed to Change: Protecting the Rights of Involuntary Patients under the Mental Health Act”.
The Navigator is a newly established position supporting the Mental Health Review Board’s new hearing process for children and youth.
Following a merit-based recruitment process, Paul Singh has been appointed for a three-year term as chair of the Mental Health Review Board.
On August 28, 2018, the Mental Health Review Board revised and updated its Rules of Practice and Procedure and issued five Practice Directions