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    UPDATE: Awards Submission Deadline extended to Wednesday 19 April.

    Mon 10, Apr 2017
    Due to popular demand, the deadline for The Mental Health Service Awards of Australia and New Zealand (TheMHS Awards) has been extended from 12 April to 19 April 2017. Awards are offered under 4 umbrella categories: Programs and Services, Research and Evaluation, Exceptional Contribution and Media.
    Click here to find out more and submit your entry online.

    Professor The Honorable Dame Marie Bashir Launches TheMHS Awards 2017

    Wed 01, Mar 2017
    We are delighted to welcome Professor Marie Bashir as the 2017 Ambassador for TheMHS Awards (The Mental Health Service Awards) of Australia and New Zealand.

    Professor Bashir officially launched the awards at TheMHS Summer Forum 2017 in Sydney. The awards recognise the hard work and dedication of those working in mental health. We are currently taking entries for TheMHS Awards, and we encourage all services, no matter how large or small, to apply!

    For more information about categories, criteria, prizes and how to enter, visit our awards pages.

    25 Years of TheMHS Awards - Recognising and celebrating best practice, excellence and innovation in mental health

    Wed 13, Jul 2016
    Join us on Thursday 25 August 2016 as we continue to recognise and celebrate great work in mental health services. We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Awards will be presented by Kevin Allan, Mental Health Commissioner and Deputy Health and Disability Commissioner for New Zealand.

    Now in their 25th year, TheMHS Awards were first introduced at The Mental Health Services (TheMHS) Conference in Sydney in 1992. These Awards reward services and individuals who are changing the way services are delivered, in accord with the National Mental Health Strategy.

    Pledge your support for Gayaa Dhuwi (Proud Spirit) Declaration

    Tue 22, Mar 2016
    Help close the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health gap by pledging support for the Gayaa Dhuwi (Proud Spirit) Declaration. Individuals and organisations are encouraged to make the pledge, which has been organised by the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership in Mental Health group