OnTrack provides information and treatment programs for a variety of mental health concerns.
OnTrack was developed by a research group led by Professor David Kavanagh at the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology.
A number of OnTrack programs are available:
- OnTrack Alcohol & Depression is a treatment program for people with low mood, who also drink alcohol at risky levels. The program focuses on practical things people can do to boost their mood and reduce their alcohol use.
- OnTrack Depression is suitable for anyone that has ever been depressed. The program aims to help people recover and to stop depression from coming back.
- OnTrack Alcohol aims to help people cut back on their drinking. It is suitable for people with risky patterns of drinking, alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence
These programs are currently open for registration. They are best suited for people who:
- Are aged 18 years or over
- Are Australian residents
- Are prepared to obtain medical support if needed
If you are interested in registering or finding out more, please visit the website at http://www.ontrack.org.au.
Other programs soon to be available are:
OnTrack Families & Friends - supporting relatives and friends of people with a mental disorder
OnTrack Get Real - for people with hallucinations or delusions
Check out http://www.ontrack.org.au for news and developments.
OnTrack is sponsored by Queensland Health.