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Everymind will hold a workshop on co-designing resources at the Roses in the Ocean Lived Experience Summit with people with lived and living experience of suicidal distress, their family and friends, and the services who support them.
To help support family and friends of paramedics Everymind has developed a new, free online program and is currently seeking participants to help test it.
Everymind has launched a free online program to help family and friends supporting someone who has attempted suicide.
Everymind, a nationally connected and respected mental health and suicide prevention institute, is commemorating 30 years of delivering community-focused programs, research and training.
Everymind is at the AgQuip Field Days in Gunnedah this week to launch a new wellbeing project for small business owners in rural agriculture, forestry and fishing industries.
Everymind has launched its free professional development program for family day care educators, managers and coordinators nationally, with the support of Family Day Care Australia.
The staff of Everymind are saddened to learn of the passing of Professor Emeritus R. Warwick Blood. Warwick was a true scholar, a leader in journalism and communication and someone who was generous with his time and knowledge.
To better support paramedics experiencing mental ill-health and suicidal behaviour, Everymind is seeking the help of their family and friends to design a new online program.
Everymind is looking to significantly bolster its workforce as demand and funding for its programs increase at both national and state levels.
Today, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the Causes of Death data for 2020, including preliminary suicide death data for Australia.
Prevention First: A prevention and promotion framework for mental health