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A range of publications about Mind


We offer a range of publications designed to provide information about Mind and the mental health area. Click on the links below to view our current and past editions of Mind View (Open Mind) and Write Mind newsletters, Mind's Annual Reports, Mind in the Community and various other publications.

Mind View

Mind View has a readership of over 22,000. It’s a non-technical publication that covers different themes related to mental health recovery, psychosocial and disability support and the issues that impact on people living with mental illness and their family and friends. Each edition also provides a wrap up of the last quarter’s news about Mind’s activities.

Click here to subscribe to future editions of Mind View

Write Mind

Write Mind is Mind’s colour magazine for clients and others interested in consumers’ views on mental health and their stories of recovery. The magazine also showcases consumers’ creative writing and artwork.

Click here to subscribe to future editions of Write Mind

Community Mind carers e-bulletin

Community Mind is a monthly e-bulletin developed specifically for family, friends and other carers. The newsletter provides news from the mental health sector and lists upcoming events as well as family and carer support activities.

Click here to subscribe to future editions of Community Mind

Mind's Strategy Plan 2016 - 2020

This plan, adopted by our board, reflects the feedback from thousands of Mind staff, customers, families and carers and stakeholders. It provides a contemporary and clear statement of Mind's plan for the future.

The Strategy Plan 2016 - 2020 confirms our vision as one of Australia’s leading mental health and disability providers within the new NDIS landscape. It reflects our commitment to providing quality services to consumers empowered with more choice and control. These services, along with our increasing footprint in psychological counselling and health service contracts, are aligned with our purpose to help people to gain better mental health, and improve the quality of their lives.

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