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Queensland Mental Health Week

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CheckUP works with partner organisations and health providers to create healthier communities and reduce health inequities through a range of initiatives.

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CheckIN eNews May 2024

View the May edition of the CheckIN eNews online.

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QMHW eNews May 2024

View the May edition of the Queensland Mental Health Week eNews online.

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QMHW eNews April 2024

View the April edition of the Queensland Mental Health Week eNews online.

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CheckIN eNews April 2024

View the April edition of the CheckIN eNews online.

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Queensland Mental Health Week grants open now!

 

We are excited to announce that the Queensland Mental Health Week Community Events Grant Program is now open for applications!

In 2024, $100,000 worth of grants are being made available to help organisations across the state host Queensland Mental Health Week (QMHW) events.

The theme for Queensland Mental Health Week 2024 is “Connect for mental health”. This QMHW, we want Queenslanders to consider and connect with the people and communities that help them be mentally healthy.

The grant funding will support innovative events that provide a focal point for awareness, education, and understanding of mental health and wellbeing, help foster community connection, and enhance inclusivity for those living with mental health challenges.

 

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About the grants

Funded by the Queensland Government through the Queensland Mental Health Commission and administered by CheckUP, the Queensland Mental Health Week Community Events Grant Program provides the opportunity for eligible organisations to apply for up to $2,000 to assist with event costs.

Community organisations, charities, local councils, sports clubs, school P&Cs, workplaces, and more are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to make a positive impact on mental health and wellbeing in your community.

To understand eligibility requirements, please read the 2024 Grant Guidelines before applying. You can also find a grant FAQ on the Queensland Mental Health Week website.

Apply for funding before the deadline on Friday 17 May 2024.

To apply for a grant, please use SmartyGrants. You can sign up for a free account or use an existing account.

We encourage you to share this opportunity with your networks. If you have any questions about the program, please don’t hesitate to contact us at info@qldmentalhealthweek.org.au.

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QMHW eNews March 2024

View the March edition of the Queensland Mental Health Week eNews online.

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CheckIN eNews March 2024

View the March edition of the CheckIN eNews online.

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Reaching Out Edition 77 – March 2024

View the March 2024 edition of our Outreach eNewsletter, Reaching Out.

Reaching Out is our latest news for CheckUP Outreach providers, host facilities, communities and stakeholders. Reaching Out is sent every second month

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Workforce and Skills Development e-News – February 2024

This is the first edition of CheckUP’s Workforce Skills and  Development Newsletter for 2024.

In this edition, we bring you news and sector updates, information about valuable funding opportunities, support tailored for small businesses, and details for upcoming events.

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Health Gateway to Industry Schools eNews – February 2024

View the February edition of the Health Gateway to Industry Schools eNews online.

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