Our Institute has a reputation for delivering world-leading prevention programs and high-quality translational research.
At Everymind, we understand prevention approaches and are able to deliver effective and tailored responses.
We believe the time is right to take what we know about prevention and put it into practice – locally, nationally and globally.
Our approach builds the capacity of others for the greatest reach and sustainable outcomes.
Every person and every community is affected by mental ill-health and suicide in some way.
Mental ill-health and suicide cause significant human, social and financial costs for individuals, their families, health and government services, workforces and for the community as a whole.
The growing burden of mental ill-health and suicidal behaviour cannot reasonably be stemmed by only treating or responding to one individual at a time. Instead, we must take a whole of life approach to the prevention of mental ill-health and the prevention of suicide, not just wait for an episode severe enough to warrant a response.
We are dedicated to meeting this challenge and we look forward to working with others to ensure every workplace, every school, every health service, every family and every community is supported to play a role in mental health and suicide prevention.
Prevention is at the heart of everything we do - in translating and applying research, and in developing policy, programs and resources to support our stakeholders and community.
We have a diverse and passionate team who are dedicated to the prevention of mental ill-health, the prevention of suicide, and the promotion of mental health and wellbeing.
Everymind was founded in 1992 and since then has built a local, national and international reputation for innovative and high quality work.
Our Strategic Plan: 2020-2024 provides a clear statement of our purpose, our values and the five strategic priorities to focus our work until 2024.
Everymind is a not-for-profit Institute that works with a wide range of funders and partners.
#YouCanTalk is a joint national suicide prevention campaign aimed at giving people the confidence to respond to friends and family when they need help and guide them to the right support services.