Sponsorship

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Reasons to align with the 4th STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia:

  • Face to face connectivity with 300+ delegates
  • Engage with domestic violence workers, community groups, psychologists, psychiatrists, registered nurses, police, mental health support workers, operations managers, allied health professionals, academic or research fellows, legal advisors, therapists, counsellors, social workers, GPs and community leaders
  • Digital visibility throughout the campaign to a database of subscribers and a significant engaged following of ANZMH Association and Conference social media
  • Participate and collaborate in the learning environment with renown speakers, workshops and seminars that tackle current and controversial topics
  • Promote and educate the sector on your products or services and its application in Domestic Violence
  • Be visible in supporting the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association, our community and the issues that impact our environment

Join other professionals who are passionate about discussing issues, challenges and collaborating on innovative approaches to Stop Domestic Violence and its impact in our society.

Please fill out form to request a prospectus or contact Bec Byrnes, Business Partnerships Manager on +61 7 5502 2068 or via email partnerships@anzmh.asn.au

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Proud Gold Partner 2018

The Queensland Government  is pleased to partner with the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association for the STOP Domestic Violence Conference in 2018. We are committed to creating a Queensland free from domestic and family violence and have invested $323.1 million over six years to implement recommendations from the Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland report.

We cannot address the challenges of domestic and family violence alone. The Queensland Government is looking to all sectors of the community to be our partners and work together to eliminate this form of violence. For example, Queensland Health has developed a toolkit of resources to raise awareness among all health workers across the public and private sectors and provide guidance on responding to domestic and family violence disclosures. The resources further support clinicians across a range of areas, such as maternity services, emergency department and mental health, to apply a sensitive inquiry model to identify and respond to domestic and family violence.

We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform the way society and our service and justice systems respond to domestic and family violence. This Conference supports the Queensland Government’s long-term strategy designed to drive social change across our community.

Sponsors, Exhibitors & Supporters 2017

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