CPHCE is working with Swinburne and Newcastle University as part of the SUNNY consortium on a mental health literacy responsiveness project for the NSW Mental Health Commission.  Following an extensive codesign phrase and consultation with primary health networks, the SUNNY team are now developing educational and quality improvement resources.  These include a series of brief fact sheets, interactive educational programs for health providers and a set of resources to help services to improve their responsiveness to people with mental health issues, from the first point of contact or intake through to follow up.