White Cloud Connect

The White Cloud Foundation believes that to be healthy a person needs physical, mental and social well being. Indeed, the World Health Organization states “there is no health without mental health” White Cloud Connect is a free community-based program that will allow you to kick-start and maintain your recovery from anxiety and depression. White Cloud […]

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We are continuing to develop new clinical and practical support programs for people recovering from depression and anxiety. If you would like to register your interest in participating please email info@whitecloudfoundation.org We currently have vacancies in the following programs: White Cloud Mums White Cloud Connect PTSD Exercise Physiology Clinic  

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White Cloud Mums

White Cloud Mums is designed to empower and nurture women and their families affected by Perinatal Depression. Our research shows that with early access to clinical treatment, practical services, and emotional support, a mother can reduce her risk factors for Perinatal Depression and thereby prevent the development of, or recover sooner from, a clinical disorder. By helping a woman […]

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The White Cloud Foundation advocates for early, easy access to a multidisciplinary team of clinicians for the treatment of depression, Post Natal Depression (PND) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The foundation actively seeks to shine a light on this evidence based model of care in an effort to secure government and industry support. The White Cloud Foundation meets with industry leaders and those of influence, including the Federal Health Minister’s office in Canberra, in an effort to increase access to multidisciplinary treatment.


White Cloud Foundation collaborates with Australia’s leading experts in PTSD research to advocate for effective, relevant holistic treatment for Veterans and their families.

The White Cloud Foundation partners with one of Queensland’s leading universities – Queensland University of Technology to deliver an innovative, multidisciplinary pilot program for the treatment of Post Natal Depression. The clinical success of the program provides a platform for  WCF to advocate for improved services for new and expectant mothers.


How a Donation of just $5 Helps Mothers in need

    Donate to Meals for Mums! Did you know that 1 in every seven Aussie Mums will suffer from perinatal depression(PND)? There are many risk factors that increase the likelihood of a woman experiencing mental health issues during pregnancy or after birth, including having a premature or sick baby, having no family support or […]

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