Million Minds Mental Health Research Mission
The Australian Government is investing in research to support 1 million people with mental health issues access new approaches to diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
What we’re funding
$125 million over 10 years to the Million Minds Mission to support 1 million people to access new approaches to diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
The purpose of this research funding is to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients with mental health issues
This program will:
- support research that addresses key national health priorities
- ensure mental health research is put into practice, giving all Australians access to better mental health care.
The Mission will be guided by a research roadmap developed with researchers, clinicians, consumers and co-funders.
Why it’s important
- More than 3.8 million Australians aged between 16 and 85 experience a mental illness each year.
- Ongoing research into the causes, prevention and treatment of mental illness is critical for reducing its prevalence and impact.
How to apply
Further updates on the program and how to apply will be provided throughout 2018. You may wish to on GrantConnect to ensure you are alerted to all grant opportunities.