So far, teen MHFA (the development and initial evaluation) has received funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council, beyondblue: the national depression initiative, Australian Rotary Health and the Black Dog Ride. A grant from the Jack Brockhoff Foundation enabled us to develop the manual and videos for the Years 10-12 program and a grant from the Myer Foundation enabled us to develop the program for students in Years 7-9. No funding has been received from any pharmaceutical company or other for-profit commercial company.
Funding to receive the program may have been provided by the school itself, or by a community organisation.
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