Report from the NT Mental Health Forums, June 2021

Report from the NT Mental Health Forums, JuneThe aim of this report is to provide a document that captures information from the Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition (NTMHC) June 2016 forums and acts as a guide for NTMHC. The intention is to support and...

My Recovery – Peer Led Education Program

My Recovery is a peer led education and support program for people living with mental health challenges or alcohol and other drug issues. The program is led by peers – people with their own lived experience of mental health challenges (or alcohol and other drug issues) and recovery. The peers have been trained to facilitate the My Recovery program and use their experience in a safe and meaningful way.

Darwin Mental Health Network Meeting

The Darwin Mental Health Network is an information sharing and networking opportunity for workers within the Mental Health Sector.
For details of the next meeting on 22 August 2019 click here

My Recovery – Darwin, August 2019

My Recovery Program for people who have experienced mental health challenges

The My Recovery Program is coming to Darwin. My Recovery is a 6-session education program for anyone who has experienced mental health challenges and would like to develop skills and strategies to support their recovery. My Recovery is free and will be offered in Darwin in August 2019.

Download the flyer and an application, or simply call or email Noelene, to register your interest

Noelene Armstrong
NT Mental Health Coalition
08 8948 2246
0439 100 360


The NDIS Worker Orientation Module is now available. The NDIS Commission will begin accepting applications for provider registrations in Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania, Australia’s Capital Territory and the Northern Territory from 1 July 2019.To ensure a smooth...

NT Human Services Industry Plan – Join the Conversation! Register

The Northern Territory Government is hosting Industry Forums across the Northern Territory to talk about the NT Human Services Industry Plan.

The human services industry in the Northern Territory plays a vital role in the lives of Territorians.  Access to high-quality human services contributes to the wellbeing of individuals and the welfare of the community as a whole, and underpins economic and social participation.

Register to attend a forum or for further information visit the website.

The risk of linking extremist behaviour and mental illness

Mindframe and SANE StigmaWatch would like to remind media of the impact of linking mental illhealth with extremist behaviour. SANE StigmaWatch, along with Mindframe promote the responsible and safe reporting of mental illhealth and suicide. Mental ill-health and...
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