Mental Health and Homelessness – Housing Coupled with Support Brings Health and Economic Benefits

Mental health problems are far more common among people who are homeless. Not having a safe place to sleep causes further anxiety and stress on top of this, access to mental health services is a challenge and people often miss the opportunity to participate in earlier types of community based treatment and support. “While around one in five people in the general population will have a mental health issue at …

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Allan Sparkes CV,VA, Beyondblue Ambassador to Speak at Mental Health Conference

The 16th International Mental Health Conference will be held at the QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise from 12 – 14 August 2015. The conference theme “Mental Health Future For All” will address the broad spectrum of mental disorders including Anxiety, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, Bipolar, Dementia and Suicide.  The Organising Committee is excited to announce Allan Sparkes CV, VA, beyondblue Ambassador & Suicide Prevention Advocate as a Keynote Speaker for this years …

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16th International Mental Health Conference: Call for abstracts is now open

Almost half the total Australian population experience a mental disorder at some time in their lives. Becoming more resilient will help with the ability to bounce back from difficult times and avoid developing mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder. The 16th International Mental Health Conference call for abstracts is now open!  You are invited to present at this years conference by submitting an abstract that address the …

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Announcing 16th International Mental Health Conference

 SAVE THE DATE: 12 – 14 August 2015 The 16th International Mental Health Conference will be held at the QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise from Thursday 13 August to Friday 14 August 2015.  An optional half day of workshops will held on Wednesday, 12 August 2015. You are invited to join us as we address the conference theme “Mental Health Future For All” across the broad spectrum of mental disorders including …

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