• Forensic Mental Health Training

    The combination of a person experiencing the symptoms of a mental illness during the commission of a serious offence, resulting in a custodial sentence in a mental health justice correctional facility, identifies a person who has a Forensic Mental Health History.
    These two, one day workshops have been commissioned by the Mental Health Coalition of SA’
    For further details CLICK HERE or call Fiona at the Mental Health Coalition on (08) 8212 8873.


    Forensic Mental Health Training
  • SA State Election – March 2014

    We will have our election thoughts, opinions, ideas and suggestions on this page.

    Please check back regularly between now and March 15.

    SA State Election – March 2014
  • ‘Open Your Mind’ Workshop

    Open Your Mind’ – Mental Health Awareness Training for the Human Services Sector.
    Targeted to those working in the mental health sector, as well as those working with people experiencing mental health problems across youth, disability support, aged care, AOD and Employment Support Services.
    For further details CLICK HERE or call Fiona at the Mental Health Coalition on (08) 8212 8873.
    Next date is May 29.

    ‘Open Your Mind’ Workshop
  • Certificate IV Mental Health

    The Certificate IV in Mental Health (CHC 40512) offered by MHCSA will build upon your on-the-job experience and help you gain a nationally recognised qualification in mental health.
    Underpinned by the philosophy of recovery orientated practice, the course aims to build understanding and practical skills in working with people with mental health problems.
    Increase your confidence as a mental health worker.
    For information email training@mhcsa.org.au

    Certificate IV Mental Health


Here we will have all the details regarding mental health and the state election in South Australia.

Check out our calendar for dates and add it to your OUTLOOK or GOOGLE calenders!

The mindshare project was developed as a partnership between the Mental Health Coalition of SA inc and the Media Resource Centre. It is a website designed as a place where consumers and carers can share information, artwork, stories etc with others.

The MHCSA does not offer advice or referral for mental health services. If you are looking for assistance please follow this link.