Mind’s media team is happy to work with journalists and media organisations interested in mental health and related issues.
Our services span Victoria, South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia. We are committed to ground-breaking research and regularly partner with some of the country’s best universities. Our services are making a difference in the lives of people living with mental ill-health and psychosocial disability, their families and carers.
Our publications contain rich and informative content and are well sought after by consumers, carers, family and professionals in the mental health sector.
*Please note that Mind provides practical and motivational support to people whose daily functioning has been impacted by serious mental illness. We address the needs of the whole person in the context of their daily lives. Mind does not have specialist clinical staff available to discuss specific mental health conditions and their clinical treatment.
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