Psychosis Australia Trust

The Psychosis Australia Trust is an initiative of the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia in association with the
Australian Psychosis Research Network.

The mission of the Psychosis Australia Trust is to support organisational, investment, and policy capacity to carry out priority-driven research into schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder – with the aim of helping all those affected by these mental illnesses to live better lives now.

What is psychosis?

Psychosis is a condition where the functioning of a person's brain is severely disrupted, affecting that person's thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviour.

Like any other illness, psychosis is treatable and can happen to anyone. Psychotic symptoms can occur in an isolated episode or as part of an ongoing diagnosed illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression or schizoaffective disorder.

For more information about psychosis go to the Psychosis Australia Trust website

Do you need more information or support about psychosis or other mental illness for yourself or someone you care about? Call Mi Networks on 1800 985 944

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Contact Us

For MIFA enquiries contact the National Office:

Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia 
National CEO -  Tony Stevenson

Street Address: QCOSS, Ground Floor, River Tower, 20 Pidgeon Close, West End QLD 4101
Postal Address: c/o QCOSS, PO Box 3786, SOUTH BRISBANE QLD 4101
Telephone: 07 3004 6914

Email: mifa@mifa.org.au