(1) The Community (Psychiatric Services) Visitors Board established by section 116 of the Mental Health Act 1986 (as is force immediately before 1 July 2014) is continued under this Act as the Community Visitors Mental Health Board.
(2) The Community Visitors Mental Health Board consists of—
(a) the Public Advocate; and
(b) 2 community visitors elected by community visitors in accordance with the regulations.
(3) The functions of the Community Visitors Mental Health Board are—
(a) to represent community visitors; and
(b) to supervise the training of community visitors; and
(c) to prepare and circulate publications that explain the role of community visitors; and
(d) to report a matter to the Public Advocate or the Minister; and
(e) to refer a matter under section 222; and
(f) to prepare an annual report.