Welcome to the official website of the Mental Health Foundation of Australia (Victoria)
The Mental Health Foundation of Australia (Victoria) is the oldest Mental Health Association in Australia, established in 1930. It is an organisation of professionals, sufferers, families of sufferers, related organisations concerned with mental health and concerned members of the public. The Mental Health Foundation of Australia (Victoria) is part of the national and international mental health movement.
07.01.14 - Mood Disorder Support Group 2014
The free Mood Disorders Support Group meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month from 7:30pm to 9:00pm. The meetings are for anyone with a mood disorder, with family or friends welcome to attend.
* The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 19 August 2014.
Meetings are held at:
Suite J, 450 Chapel Street
South Yarra, VIC, 3141
(Enter via Wilson Street. Parking is available at Jam Factory - 500 Chapel Street)
Community Education Seminar Series 2014
Title: Contemporary Self-Help Strategies for Anxiety and Depression
Presenters: Dr Chris Mogan
Date/Time: 2-September 2014 at 7:30pm-9:00pm
Where: The Melbourne Clinic (Isaac Schweitzer room) 130 Church Street Richmond 3121 (Enter via Tweedie Place)
Cost: Conc $10, MHFA(Vic) Members $15, Full price adult $30
Contact: 03 9826 1422 or email@example.com
Mental Health Week Display Materials
2014 Mental Health Week Display Materials will soon be distributed. Please download and complete the order form.
Victoria's new Mental Health Act 2014
Victoria's Mental Health Act 2014 is a key element to the government's mental health reform agenda, and places individuals and families at the centre of mental health treatment and care.
The Act involves significant changes to compulsory assessment and treatment of people living with mental illness. It will ensure that people living with mental illness and subject to compulsory treatment are supported to make or participate in decisions about their treatment and care. The Act also recognises the important role of families and carers in supporting the recovery of people living with mental illness.