News And Events

  • 23Jul

    USA and Australia announce landmark youth mental health research partnership

    The world’s largest mental health research organisation, The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) in the United States, has announced that it will provide Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health $6.6 million (USD) to work in partnership on a ground-breaking new research study into treatment strategies for young people at risk of developing a serious mental illness.

  • 10Jul

    Hats for Hope 2015

    Tickets are now available for Hats for Hope 2015, a charity fashion parade featuring never before seen Christian Dior hats, with all the proceeds going to support suicide prevention research at Orygen.

  • 05Jul

    We support NAIDOC Week 2015

    Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health is proud to support NAIDOC Week 2015 (5-12 July) and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

  • 25Jun

    We're hitting the road!

    Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health is hitting the road and will be visiting all capital cities in the coming months. We want to meet with as many people working in youth mental health as possible, engage with you around the work we are doing and to share information, ideas and resources.

  • 22Jun

    Upcoming Webinar Series

    Orygen is pleased to announce the commencement of our first series of Advance Practice Webinars produced for mental health professionals. These webinars will assist mental health professionals to apply an advanced level of knowledge and skills in your clinical practice with young people with mental ill-health.

  • 16Jun

    Dr Simon Rice awarded 2015 SMHR Early Career Researcher Fellowship

    Dr Simon Rice, Research Fellow at Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health have been awarded an Early Career Researcher Fellowship from the Society for Mental Health Research. This round of funding was made possible by donations to the ABC Mental As campaign in 2014.

  • 05Jun

    New data supports early intervention for psychosis services

    Two recent publications from the United States and Hong Kong have provided further data in support of early intervention for psychosis services.

  • 01Jun

    New data shows headspace improving outcomes for young people

    Two new papers published in the Medical Journal of Australia show that headspace is providing a valuable service for young people with mental ill-health that is improving their recovery outcomes.

  • 19May

    World Family Doctor Day 2015

    World Family Doctor Day 2015 is a time to recognise and celebrate the amazing contribution GPs make to our daily health and wellbeing. Meet Doctor Sarah, our much admired and appreciated resident doctor at our headspace centre in the Melbourne suburb of Glenroy, where she supports young people with any physical, mental and emotional concerns they may have.

  • 13May

    We welcome Australian Government's focus on youth employment

    Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health welcomes the commitment in the 2015 Federal Budget of $330 million to improve employment outcomes for young Australians. In particular we support the targeted funding of $19.4 million over four years for two support trials to help improve employment outcomes for young people up to the age of 25 with mental ill-heath.

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