Four outstanding individuals have been recognised for their efforts in dismantling stigma, igniting crucial conversations, and having an impact on mental health.
The prize recognises individuals who have made a significant contribution to mental health in Australia.
The Australian Mental Health Prize has expanded to four categories for the first time since it was established in 2016.
The Prize has expanded into four new nomination categories, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, Lived experience, Professional and Community hero.
Mental health advocate Honor Eastly and Professor Ian Hickie AM are winners of the 2021 Australian Mental Health Prize.
The breadth of this year’s finalists demonstrates the diverse and deeply compassionate work being undertaken in many challenging areas in mental health.
Chronic underinvestment in child mental health highlighted as nominations open for the 2021 Australian Mental Health Prize.
Scientia Professor Gordon Parker and Professor Helen Milroy are winners of the 2020 Australian Mental Health Prize.
The Australian Mental Health Prize shines a light on the selfless work of individuals making a difference in the area of mental health.
Mental health statistics in NSW highlight the importance of the Australian Mental Health Prize to reduce stigma and recognise mental health workers.