Oct 2022: Mental Health Summit and Art Exhibition launch for 2022 Mental Health Week

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The Children’s Mental Health Gallery showcases artwork about mental health experiences.

We are dedicated to amplifying and celebrating lived and living experiences of mental health challenges and recovery. We believe in the power of creativity to raise awareness and create hope. From managing triumphs and hurdles, to bringing attention to little-known experiences – we want to make sure that diverse experiences are seen.

The online exhibition has launched as part of Mental Health Week 2022 and will be accessible for 6 months from 10 October 2022 until 10 May 2023.

Click to visit the Children’s Mental Health Gallery

The On-line Summit 

An exciting event featuring guest speakers and a panel with Lived Experience, Psychiatry, Neurodisability, Research, Paediatrics, Social Work, and Nursing perspectives.

Click to book tickets via Evenbrite.

Downloads:  Agenda        Flyer


Acknowledgement of Country

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Progress Pride Flag
Torres Strait Islander Flag

At Mental Health Central we acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live, gather and work. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

We acknowledge all people with a lived or living experience of mental ill-health and recovery. At the Campus, we particularly acknowledge children, young people, families, carers, and supporters. We recognise their vital contribution and value the courage of those who share this unique perspective for the purpose of learning and growing together to achieve better outcomes for the Campus, staff, sector, and all people of lived experience.


Proudly supported by The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation