The MHFA community have recently welcomed Dr Shona Bass as the new Chief Executive Officer of MHFA Australia.
MHFA is looking for participants to take part in a Delphi study to develop Guidelines on considerations when providing mental health first aid to a person with an intellectual disability.
Mental Health First Aid Australia has received funding to create a lived experience film for our new Senior Leaders Session. We are currently recruiting people who would like to share their story of receiving support for their mental health problem in the workplace.
Nataly Bovopoulos has resigned from her position as CEO of Mental Health First Aid Australia and will be moving on from the organisation at the end of 2018. Nataly has been with the MHFA Program since 2011, as a Program Manager, Deputy CEO, and then as CEO from 2017.
Mental Health First Aid Australia is committed to telling the stories of people with lived experiences of mental health problems. We are looking to licence artworks from artists and designers with a lived experience of mental health problems...
2017 was a year of growth and change at MHFA Australia. We celebrated training over 2 million first aiders around the world.
We are very pleased to announce that the Mental Health First Aid for Non-Suicidal Self-Injury course has now launched!
Researchers from the University of Melbourne and MHFA Australia partnered to develop guidelines for community gatekeepers on how to identify and respond to the risk of suicide in a person from an immigrant and refugee background.
MHFA has partnered with the SA Mental Health Commission to deliver a set of three Older Person MHFA Showcase Courses, the first of which is running in Adelaide (19th-20th June).
A new review of Mental Health First Aid published in PLoS ONE by researchers in the Centre for Mental Health at the University of Melbourne provides an up-to-date synthesis of the evidence for this public health training program.