There's more to it than service provision.
Find out about the four main aspects of our work.
Meet the team including our board, senior management and executive.
For journalists and media organisations interested in mental health and related issues.
Mind publications provide insightful information related to the mental health sector.
Mind is an industry leader in providing professional training in the mental health sector.
Mind strives to provide high quality services based on evidence of what has been tried and tested.
Support Mind and bring hope to people living with the impacts of mental ill-health.
Enhancing inclusion for people seriously impacted by mental ill-health and psychosocial disability.
A summary of service types available from Mind.
Mind is a registered NDIS provider. Choose the support services that suit your needs and life goals.
A range of psychosocial support services to help you improve your mental health and quality of life.
A range of residential recovery services in home-like settings.
A step up/step down service in Rockingham offering clinical and recovery focused support.
If you require assistance in other states or territories, this information may help you.
Find out about your rights and how you can have a say in how we do things at Mind.
Here are some great resources to help you in your journey to recovery.
Find out about different mental health disorders and where to get more information.
How to manage money and find out about any welfare support you may be eligible for.
A safe home is vital for mental wellbeing. Here are some tips for finding and sustaining secure housing.
This is the research and thinking around recovery oriented practice that informs our work.
We have lots of information for carers; about caring and about staying well yourself.
Find out about the National Disability Insurance Scheme and how it might apply to you.
Organisations which provide representation on mental health policy, practice and funding.
Search for vacancies at Mind, and find out about our selection, and on-boarding processes.
Learn about peer work and how to train to become a peer worker.
Find out about opportunities and the process for student placements at Mind.
Volunteers are an important part of Mind, and support the provision of many valuable services to Mind clients and carers.
Seek support. Make connections. Share your experience.
Our Carers and Lived Experience forums are communities for people affected by mental illness. They’re safe, anonymous and moderated 24/7 by mental health professionals.
These forums do not provide crisis counselling. If you need urgent help, call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or in an emergency call 000.
When a parent suffers from mental illness
Coping with the transition period
For family, friends and other people caring for someone living with a mental illness.
For people experiencing mental illness or related mental health issues.
SANE Forums is published by SANE Australia with funding from the Australian Government Department of Health