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Donate to Meals for Mums in May!

Most of us will celebrate Mother’s Day with a family meal, maybe its breakfast in bed or a…

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Advocacy

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…

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Post Traumatic Stress

PTSD Coach Australia App – We need your feedback!

Designed for serving and ex-serving ADF personnel who have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the PTSD Coach Australia mobile application (the app) aims…

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White Cloud Foundation

 

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The White Cloud Foundation believes in better access to early intervention for the treatment and prevention of depression in Australia.

Our mission is to create opportunities for people living with, or at risk of, depression, to reconnect with their lives, enhance their recovery and regenerate themselves, with the support of their families and carers. Our vision is to create a multidisciplinary clinic in each Australian capital city, to increase access to early intervention treatment for depression and anxiety. 

 

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Depression Facts

  • One million people in Australian currently suffer from depression and 2.3 million suffer from anxiety (1)
  • In any year 10,000 young Australians live with depression (2)
  • Postnatal depression effects 14% of new mothers in…

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Get Involved

White Cloud Foundation relies on the support of the community to ensure the success of our  events and fundraising activities.    Volunteer, fundraise, donate, participate or partner with us.

 

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Donate

Thank you for helping to improve treatment and support for Australian’s at risk of and living with depression.

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Depression Overview

Depression is common and affects not only individuals but also puts significant strain on families. Each year, around one million Australian adults are diagnosed with depression and, overall, one in eight males and one in five females will suffer this condition in their lifetime. Depression affects all ages, cultures and socio-economic classes, with significant impacts […]

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