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The public will have a chance to see their favourite piece of artwork when entries into the Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival go on display next week at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, marking the start of Mental Health Week in Queensland.

You can vote now for your favourite artwork on Facebook at

Logan Hospital School

Logan Hospital School supports vulnerable students

A school based at Logan Hospital is supporting vulnerable young people with complex mental health problems by ensuring they can continue their education while they recover in hospital.

Positive Mindset

Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival 2016

Logan youth will have the chance to show off their creative talents and help raise awareness of addiction and mental health concerns this October at the Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival 2016.

20,500 calls to 24-hour mental health crisis support line

More than 20,000 calls from people requiring mental health assistance have been made to 1300 MH CALL since the service began operation 12 months ago.

Dry July

Top tips for safe drinking after Dry July

Executive Director Addiction and Mental Health Services Professor David Crompton today urged people to drink in moderation after Dry July.

Diabetes patients urged to seek help for mental health concerns

Executive Director Addiction and Mental Health Services Professor David Crompton has urged diabetes patients to seek medical help for mental health concerns.

People with a disability

Have your say on our Disability Plan

Metro South Health is developing a Disability Plan to help us improve our services for people with disability and prepare us for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Minister Dick visits the Logan DABIT team

Tackling alcohol and other drugs on the frontline

Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services (MSAMHS) has established a Drug and Alcohol Brief Intervention Team at Logan Hospital’s Emergency Department as part of the State Government’s $6 million package to address ice use.

The way forward, Indigenous mental health

Symposium highlights the Way Forward to culturally secure services

Highlighting the role culture plays in improving health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples was top of the agenda at the Way Forward Symposium held recently in Bris

Smoking Cessation Program success - Deepali Gupta

Smoking Cessation Program awarded

The Smoking Cessation Clinical Pathway program has been awarded in the category of ‘Excellence in health professional programs with a budget over $100,000’