White Cloud Foundation

White Cloud Foundation

In 2011 the White Cloud Foundation was founded to improve access to treatment and increase awareness for depression in its many forms. Today, the organisation touches the lives of people across Queensland and Tasmania. With your help we can continue delivering practical, life-saving programs to our community.
Our Programs
WCF acts upon evidence-based research to develop, test and implement a multi-disciplinary approach in the treatment of depression. WCF believes in easy, early access to professional, proven clinical programs and individualised treatment plans that can...
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Our Ambassadors
With great impact comes great responsibility. Here at the White Cloud Foundation, our Ambassadors are the best and brightest from industries right across Australia. From professional athletes, to broadcasters, influencers and everything in between. Depression...
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Donate
White Cloud Foundation is committed to helping people with or at risk of developing depression in its many forms.  Our goal is to help them by providing practical support which helps build resilience, and by...
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Our Events
White Cloud Foundation holds a number of events each year to raise the funds needed to continue our programs.  We rely on the support of the community to ensure these events are a success and...
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Meals for Mums launches in Townsville
https://www.facebook.com/whitecloudfoundation/videos/937869353369186 As of 29 September 2020, new and expecting Mums in Townsville will have access to a clinically proven and highly successful program already operating...
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White Cloud Founder published in New England Journal of Medicine
Congratulations to White Cloud Founder and Chair Professor Adam Scott on having your Tele-Cardiac Investigations Program published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine...
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Its time to flatten the suicide curve in our rural communities
Professor Adam Scott was live on the Nine Radio Network across Australia on Sunday 7 June. He talked with Dr. Ross Walker and Justin Smith...
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