You are invited to submit an expression of interest for the latest CMHDARN research mental health and alcohol and other drugs seeding grants. These grants provide the opportunity for organisations to conduct a research project that can contribute to an understanding of best practice in relation to any aspect of service delivery across the mental health and alcohol and other drugs sectors. There are three grants available at $9,000 each.
It is expected that the project proposed will incorporate mental health and alcohol and other drugs elements. The project must also identify how these two areas are integrated, and represent a partnership project between two organisations—one MHCC and one NADA member. Alternatively, the applicant can be a member of both NADA and MHCC and demonstrate that they work across both areas. CMHDARN encourages applications from lived experience researchers (consumer/carer peers working across the mental health, alcohol and other drugs fields).
Please note that successful grant recipients will be expected to lodge a request with the CMHDARN Research Ethics Consultation Committee (RECC). For the application form and guidelines, see the CMHDARN website.
Applications close: COB Monday 5 November 2018
Application forms are to be submitted via email:
The CMHDARN is a partnership project between NADA, the Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC) and the NSW Mental Health Commission.
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