As someone accessing mental health and wellbeing services, your rights are covered under the Health and Disability Consumer Code of Rights.
In summary you have the right to:
You have the right to receive services that meet agreed standards and you have the right to make a complaint.
As a person who supports someone with a mental illness, you have the right to be heard, respected and to access information and support.
If you are supporting a family member, you also have the right to be included in the planning, delivery and review of services provided to them, as long as they agree.