The 7th Australasian Mental Health Outcomes and Information Conference
We understand there are people who would like to present at and attend AMHOIC 2019, however may not be able to because of their current financial circumstances.
AMHOIC 2019 Attendance Assistance Grants are being made available to help reduce financial barriers to presenting at, and/or attending the conference.
The grants are to assist people who have an interest in the role of information in system change or improving service experiences, and who hold roles in our sector where they make a direct contribution to the wellbeing of people who experience challenges linked to their mental health and/or addiction. For example, service user and consumer leaders, family/whānau facilitators, cultural advisors, peer support workers, students, emerging leaders and outcome and information champions.
Please note - AMHOIC 2019 Attendance Assistance Grants are only available for people living in New Zealand.
Diversity shapes the world we contribute to and enriches our conversations. We welcome grant applications from people working in, or pursuing study in, mental health and addictions, who actively consider life span issues and cultural diversity.
Applications for assistance grants to attend AMHOIC 2019 are open and will close at midday on Friday, 14 June 2019.
Who can apply
How the grant can be used
AMHOIC 2019 Attendance Assistance Grants are designed to contribute to the costs of people presenting at, and/or attending the Australasian Mental Health Outcomes and Information Conference (AMHOIC) 2019.
Grant applications can be made for costs associated with:
The grant does not fund food. Food provided as part of the conference is funded via the conference fee. Breakfasts and food outside the conference are at the participant's expense.
Please note – Applicants will be asked to provide a budget of the costs they require assistance with to present at, and/or attend AMHOIC 2019. Grants are a contribution towards costs and if the grant is significantly over subscribed, a panel will make the decision on how the funds are allocated based on the criteria below.
As well as complying with our terms and conditions, grant applicants must also meet the following criteria.
Applicants must be:
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need further information.
To apply you will need to create an account on the Te Pou Grants Portal.