2023 NT Budget: More investment in people still needed to address mental health
Treasurer Eva Lawler, in wrapping up her announcement, said “This budget sees people as our greatest assets,” however this isn’t apparent in the budget. If the government want to grow the NT economy human capital needs to be at the forefront – that is, people working in key service industries such as social services, mental health, disability, childcare and aged care.
Students encouraged to pursue mental health careers
The NT Primary Health Network has partnered with the NT Mental Health Coalition in a bid to encourage more students to undertake placements in local mental health and wellbeing organisations.
Lauren Keys: A story of recovery and healing through a peer-led approach to mental health and wellbeing
We speak to Lauren Keys – a leader and advocate of the Lived Experience and Peer Support movements in the NT.
Mental Health Week Interview
Our CEO Geoff Radford spoke with Katie Woolf on Mix 104.9 radio about Mental Health Week 2022.
2022 NT Mental Health Award Winners
Hon Lauren Moss MLA, Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention hosted a Mental Health Week launch and awards ceremony at Parliament House with Mr Joel Bowden, MLA for Johnston, presenting the awards on her behalf.
2022 NT Budget
The Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition welcomes Northern Territory government’s increased investment and collaboration with the Commonwealth on the National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Agreement.