The Centre pioneered the development and evaluation of online self help mental health programs that are effective for preventing and treating mental illness, raising mental health awareness and reducing stigma.
Your contribution today can make a real difference and assist in finding ways of preventing dementia or delaying its progression.
Donate to the CRAHW Research Endowment to help us optimise the well-being of individuals and communities through the life course.
Support the delivery of online self-help programs to prevent and treat mental illness, and to provide support to those recovering from it.
The Duguid Indigenous endowment was established in honour of Dr Charles Duguid and his wife Phyllis Duguid by Rosemary and Bob Douglas, their daughter and son in law, and their son, Dr Andrew Duguid.
We can achieve better outcomes for those living in vulnerable circumstances. Help us build sustainable solutions to the most complex humanitarian crises.
The John C Caldwell Chair in Population, Health & Development was established to honour the contribution of Jack Caldwell.
Established in 2002, the Leonard Broom endowment honours its namesake, a distinguished Professor of Sociology whose career spanned seven decades.
The Peter Baume Endowment recognises Peter’s keen interest in population health and the importance of providing students with the opportunity to further develop their skills and experience.
Support CMHR's research to better understand what people in rural Australia believe and understand about mental illness
Support our research into understanding community attitudes and knowledge about suicide and to develop measures for assessing them.
The Geoff Mercer Endowment honours its namesake who passed away suddenly in April 2014 at the peak of his career.