Become a Member of MHCC ACT

MHCC ACT is the peak organisation for not-for-profit and NGO mental health services in the ACT and relies on its members for policy direction and priority setting. MHCC ACT influences ACT Government policy on mental health, and advocates and engages on behalf of the sector with the National Disability Insurance Agency and Commonwealth Government.

An engaged and diverse membership helps MHCC ACT to effectively influence policy outcomes for the mental health sector in the ACT.

By joining MHCC ACT, you will be entitled to:

  • Access to all MHCC ACT events, including sector forums, Executive Officer and Managers’ meetings, policy forums, and training;

  • Discounted membership rates for MHCC ACT training and access to Member-only training grants;

  • Our fortnightly newsletter with up-to-date information relevant to the sector;

  • Representation at the national level through Community Mental Health Australia and Mental Health Australia; and

  • Opportunities to stay connected and build relationships with other community mental health organisations in the ACT

Our members’ participation in MHCC ACT’s workforce development and sector development activities also support continual improvement in the quality of community mental health services for consumers and carers.

Becoming a MHCC ACT member is easy. Just visit our membership page: and click on the ‘Become a Member” button to complete your application. Alternatively, you can also complete and return the attached form to us via email

If you would like to discuss the benefits of membership of MHCC ACT, please email me at or phone me on (02) 6249 7756.

We look forward to working with you as a member of MHCC ACT.


Tel: 02 6249 7756 or

0483 212 844

Room 1.06, Level 1, The Griffin Centre,
20 Genge Street
Canberra City ACT 2601

ABN: 22 510 998 138


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