The Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System released

The Victorian Royal Commission into Mental Health's final report became available online on 2 February 2021. The final report including the 65 recommendations and a range of  facts sheets can be downloaded from this link.  

By |2021-03-02T03:30:32+00:00March 2nd, 2021|Events, Policy|Comments Off on The Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System released

Breaking down barriers into the workforce for people with a disability and mental illness

The Morrison Government is investing in innovative strategies to address the barriers preventing people with mental illness and disability from finding and keeping a job. Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston said the Government has committed an additional $45.7 million to extend two programs dedicated to helping young [...]

By |2021-01-24T21:35:27+00:00January 24th, 2021|Articles, Policy, Resources|Comments Off on Breaking down barriers into the workforce for people with a disability and mental illness

Australian University Mental Health Framework Launch

About this Event Date: Friday 4 December 2020 Time 12.00 - 1.00 pm Registration  Funded by the Australian Government's Department of Health, the Australian University Mental Health Framework has been developed over two years in consultation with stakeholders – including students, the university sector, the mental health sector and government. [...]

By |2020-11-29T21:05:11+00:00November 29th, 2020|Events, Policy|Comments Off on Australian University Mental Health Framework Launch

The Social and Economic Costs of ADHD in Australia

Report prepared for the Australian ADHD Professionals Association Key findings ADHD affects approximately 281,200 children and adolescents (aged 0-19) and 533,300 adults (aged 20+) in Australia. The total cost of ADHD in Australia in 2019 is $20.42 billion, which includes financial costs of $12.83 billion and wellbeing losses of $7.59 [...]

By |2020-10-02T03:25:19+00:00October 1st, 2020|Research|Comments Off on The Social and Economic Costs of ADHD in Australia