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Founded in August 1967, the Oakley Mental Health Research Foundation was set up at the time of the commemoration of Oakley Hospital’s first 100 years of service to the people of Auckland.

The Oakley fund is relatively small but its grants have often resulted in significant outcomes scientifically and clinically. We have compiled a few examples of Research Success Stories for your interest.

The need for relevant mental health research in New Zealand is critical and the trustees are rarely able to respond positively to all applicants. Perhaps you may wish to remember the Oakley Mental Health Research Foundation in your will, or to donate today?

The Oakley Mental Health Research Foundation

Young People’s Mental Health Research
The YOUNG PERSON’S FUND has been fully allocated. We are pleased to report that Oakley supported more than 11 studies with a youth focus over the past four years. Applicants for funding of child and youth topics are still welcome but will now be considered in the general funding pool.
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Suicide Prevention Research
For the next three years, Oakley will offer targeted funding on SUICIDE PREVENTION. Applications related to this topic will be considered separately from general applications.
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