We support people living with mental illness, disability or acquired brain injury.

With over 100 years of experience, Open Minds works to enhance mental health and wellbeing by delivering a range of tailored options and core supports focused on the individual needs of each person. We believe that every individual deserves personalised support in the areas of mental health and disability.

Work with us for a rewarding and enriching career

“I love to take on challenges in my job and this role can certainly give me that. The best part of my job is when I can see my clients improving their lives and can start seeing them achieve their goals.”

Tony Dal Broi

Specialist Support Coordinator

Home of the Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Awards

Open Minds has been running the Awards since its conception in 1996, to recognise and celebrate the achievements of individuals, groups and organisations working to reduce stigma and empower those living with mental illness.

 

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5 positive effects music has on your mental health

10 Feb 2020

Music is a powerful thing. Aside from its entertainment value, listening to music is known to have incredible positive effects to our brain. More specifically, music can change the way we act, feel and think. So, how does this factor into managing our mental health?

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5 tips on how to start an open dialogue about mental health

04 Feb 2020

When you’re not feeling your best, it’s very tough to talk about how you feel. The unusual or uncomfortable feelings are normal. We’ve provided some tips to help you approach someone when discussing mental health, and when someone approaches you.

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The effects of name-calling on youth mental health

22 Jan 2020

Bullying is incredibly prevalent amongst youths in Australia. The link between bullying and mental health issues is also on the rise. In support of No Name-Calling Week, we understand this connection and outline some tips to better manage youth mental health.

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