Find out more about CMHDARN. The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN) is a partnership between NADA and MHCC …
CMHDARN offers a range of activities designed to build the evidence base and capacity for research. These activities include the website, research forums…
In this section we provide you with a range of resources and links that will support you in your work. These resources include publications, guides, news…
CMHDARN helps to build research capacity across the mental health and alcohol and other drugs community sectors. Its overall aim is to improve the quality of service delivery and correspondingly, the outcomes for people living with mental health conditions and alcohol and other drugs issues.
Community Research Mentoring Program
Would you like to conduct research in your service but don’t know how? Would you like support with your research? Would you like to develop new research skills.
The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN) invites applications for short-term mentoring to link you with an academic who has expertise in the area related to your research ideas.
Applications are now open!
Ethical Research Consultation
Find out about the CMHDARN Research Ethics Consultation Committee and how this committee can provide guidance on the ethical aspects of your research
The 2019-2020 Innovation and Evaluation grant applications have now closed.
Read More for information on previous grants
Membership is FREE. As a member you will receive information on our events, mentoring program and other network activities.
The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN) is a collaborative project between NADA and MHCC, in partnership with Mental Health Commission of NSW.