Psychosocial Peak Body

Supporting you to find services in your local area; providing information, training and networking opportunities; and advising the government on the NDIS and other issues affecting Queenslanders experiencing psychosocial challenges.

Our Members are Important to Us

The Queensland Alliance for Mental Health (QAMH) is the peak body for the Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Sector in Queensland.

We represent more than 100 organisations and individual members delivering community mental health and wellbeing services across the state. QAMH works for our members so they can provide better mental health support for all Queenslanders.

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Our Vision for Queensland

QAMH’s vision is laid out in Wellbeing First. It paints a future where the mental health system moves from managing illness to actively supporting mental wellbeing. It argues the Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Sector is best placed to support population-wide wellbeing, through programs that provide practical support early in a person’s mental distress.

Our Advocacy Leads a United Voice

With our members, QAMH leads a united contemporary voice, promoting a strong role for the Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Sector in Queensland.

Leads a United Voice

Our Network

We work closely with our members and stakeholders to build networks with funders, other elements of the mental health system and other related sectors to drive reform and improve access to quality mental health and wellbeing services for all Queenslanders.

Have you read the draft Workforce Strategy? 

The draft Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Workforce Strategy 2024 – 2029 is a culmination of over 12 months work with the sector. Extensive state-wide public consultation with the expertise of Lived Experience of both consumers and carers, academia and key stakeholders occurred between March and June 2023. We’ve used all this knowledge to structure this strategy into 19 key priorities.

Stay Informed

Latest QAMH News

  • Peer Worker roles: Insights into the value of lived experience and career pathways

    The Queensland Alliance for Mental Health (QAMH) is well into its second year of ...

  • Pathways to Mental Wellbeing report launch

    The Queensland Mental Health Commission, in partnership with the Queensland Alli ...

  • CMHA seeks ongoing funding boost for the sector

    QAMH recently contributed to the Federal Budget submission, lodged by Community ...