The Mental Health Foundation is excited to release its new monthly newsletter. This month's issue has information about MHF services, details of upcoming actvities, and puzzles. You can view the newsletter here.
The Mental Health Foundation has achieved accreditation against the National Standards for Mental Health Services.
The Foundation is a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) registered provider for people living in ACT and NSW, who are in receipt of NDIS support funding.
We can offer services in the following catagories: accommodation, employment support, personal assistance and development, group and personal wellbeing activities and life skills.
For more detailed information you can go to the NDIS section of our website.
or 0451 517 890.
The Mental Health Foundation ACT is pleased to announce that it is now running an organised 2 hour session of activities every Tuesday from our Kambah premises, from 12.30pm.
This is a fee for service or NDIS funded activity, and clients who book to attend and do not turn up without giving more than 24 hours notice of cancellation will be charged a fee.
Are you interested in working at the Foundation in a support worker or mentor role?
Do you have minimum qualifications in Certificate IV Mental Health or related area or are studying or completed a university degree in psychology; occupational therapy; social work or other related fields?
If yes, we would love to hear from you.
The Mental Health Foundation ACT is proud to support Sane Australia's carers and lived experience forums. The forums are communities for people affected by mental illness, and are safe, anonymous and moderated 24/7 by mental health professionals.
The forums can be found at www.saneforums.org.
The Mental Health Foundation ACT is proud to support Menslink and their efforts for mental health in the ACT region.
Menslink is bringing the global mental health initiative This is my brave to Canberra. This event is designed to create a platform for individuals to share their stories about mental illness through poetry, original music and essays.
The event is on Friday 26 May. The event flyer is available here.