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The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) together with the National Mental Health Commission (NMHC), have released a website today which marks an important step towards establishing a centralised location for all suicide and intentional self-harm data.
Today’s Federal Government announcement of a further $19 million in funding for suicide prevention represents momentous news for the sector and the communities it supports as the nation marks RUOK? Day and World Suicide Prevention Day.
When you know better, you do better and for an institute like Everymind, which is dedicated to delivering world-leading prevention programs, there is no greater priority than investing in its research.
Everymind is pleased to announce the launch of the new Ahead for Business digital hub which supports small businesses to be mentally healthy.
Everymind is pleased to announce the Institute will be delivering training via a virtual, four-week course in partnership with Hunter Defence to support the mental health and resilience of small to medium enterprises.
With the support of Roses in the Ocean, Everymind is seeking people with a lived experience of suicide to share their voice and contribute their lived experience perspective, in an ongoing role, to help inform a variety of prevention-focused initiatives.
Everymind is pleased to announce that the Institute is currently working with the NSW Ministry of Health, Mental Health Branch to develop a new training package to support suicide prevention in refugees.
Everymind is pleased to congratulate, Dr Jaelea Skehan, who was awarded today with the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) as part of the Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List.
Everymind is seeking carers who live in Australia to trial a new six-week online program, Minds Together for carers, dedicated to educating and building the skills of carers who provide support for individuals experiencing symptoms of depression and/or anxiety.