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PARTNERS IN HEALTH

Our 'Partners In Health' are those people and organisations who are working in partnership with depressioNet to reduce the impact of depression on the lives of Australians and to empower people to make informed choices and find solutions to the challenges of living with depression.

Our independence and ability to focus on the needs of 'people like us' - all Australians living with depression, is extremely important. As such depressioNet seeks to form supportive partnerships based on provision of services of value in return for the financial and in-kind support needed to provide the depressioNet.com.au Internet site and 24 hour peer-based support service.

Partner with depressioNet in the exciting
dNet Centres Project!

Financial Support
In-Kind Contributions
Probono Accounting and HR
Supportive Partners

Friends of depressioNet

Contact Details
depressioNet
PO Box 2375
Richmond, 3121
Victoria
Australia

Phone: 03 9428 2229

e-mail us

ACN: 100 862 477

Partnership Opportunities


depressioNet Financial Supporters

depressioNet would like to express our very deep appreciation for those people and organisations who have made grants and contributions to help depressioNet provide this service for all Australians living with depression.

To reflect the Australian focus of depressioNet we have chosen Australian native plants to represent the different levels of partnership and support. For more information please click on the company logo.

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Wyeth Australia for providing
an unconditional annual grant
of $50,000.


The Department of Health and Ageing for
providing a Grant of $300,000 towards
quality and improvement of sustainability projects.

The William Buckland Foundation for providing
a grant of $29,100 towards training 2 staff
members to be Assist Trainers, and the
development of a new Service Delivery Support
System.

 

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WARATAH

Herron
for their unconditional
monthly contribution since March 2001.

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AWB
much valued financial support.

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Timothy Sharp & Associates
Overwhelming commitment to providing
financial & in kind support!
 
CMV Foundation
Much appreciated support
during our D-Day Campaign!
 

Lord Mayor's Charitable Fund
For financial & in kind support!
 

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Probono Accounting and HR

Tyrells & Associates
Providing probono accounting and business consultancy.

Centaur
Providing pro bono HR expertise and services.

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In-Kind Contributions


depressioNet would like to express our very deep appreciation for those people and organisations who have made in-kind donations to help depressioNet provide this service for all Australians living with depression.

 
Frankston Arts Centre
Frankston Arts Centre, a business unit of Frankston City Council, for supporting depressioNet in the provision of a venue for staff training, as part of the Arts Access project, funded by VicHealth’s Audience Access Scheme.
The ADWEB Agency
for providing us with our intranet software
Microsoft Australia
for providing an extensive range of software
Sun Microsystems for providing us with servers
to host our website and support systems!
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Symantec Australia
for their antivirus and firewall solutions!
Quicken Australia
for providing our accounting software.
Lexmark
for providing us with a laser printer
 
gate13
for providing our online store
 
   

Interspire
for providing our newsletter mail out software

 

Supportive Partners

The following organisations provide support for depressioNet in a broad range of ways.
 

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Organisations who have supported depressioNet in the past

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Your feedback and input will be greatly appreciated.

If you have a service or product that may be of assistance to people with depression or a related condition, or their support people, please contact us for details on how to be listed or contribute to this site.

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