Month in review (Jan 2019)

As we see in the new year, the Australian Mental Health Party wishes to observe some recent activity. One of our key policies concerns the extent of Medicare coverage for people seeking psychological support. A recent federal review of the currently provided services has sparked a debate between mental health care professionals. This has unfortunately […]

Month in review (Dec 2018)

On behalf everyone, I’d like to wish you all a safe and happy festive season. For some this is a time to surround yourself in love and good company. For others, it’s about finding connection, or getting some well-earned rest. Right now, our party is reaching out to you to express gratitude. Thank you so […]

Meet the Party (Perth)

If you’re in Perth, please join us for a relaxed get together next weekend. Rather than have a meeting in December, at this time each year we hold a social event open to the public. We find this is a really great way to get to know people and let’s people ask some questions, share […]

Month in review (Nov 2018)

In the lead up to the next federal election, the Australian Mental Health Party wishes to take a moment to reflect on recent events. Late last month, we acknowledged funding cuts from the federal government, to a program designed to provide safety to at-risk victims of domestic violence. While the discussion around domestic violence is […]

No Discrimination at School

MEDIA RELEASE  16 Oct 2018 The Australian Mental Health Party says there’s no place for discrimination in our schools. We believe it is unacceptable to exclude people based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or relationship status. In our view, both students and teachers deserve appropriate protections from discrimination. Dr Ben Mullings is concerned about plans […]