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Online support program for family day care goes national

Online support program for family day care goes national

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.

Vale Professor Emeritus Richard Warwick Blood (1947-2022)

Vale Professor Emeritus Richard Warwick Blood (1947-2022)

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.

Help design a new online program for family and friends supporting paramedics

Help design a new online program for family and friends supporting paramedics

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.

New staffing opportunities as program demand increases

New staffing opportunities as program demand increases

Everymind is looking to significantly bolster its workforce as demand and funding for its programs increase at both national and state levels.

Everymind response to ABS Causes of Death data release 2020

Everymind response to ABS Causes of Death data release 2020

Today, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the Causes of Death data for 2020, including preliminary suicide death data for Australia.

Supporting caregivers during COVID lockdown

Supporting caregivers during COVID lockdown

Everymind's Minds Together program is aiming to help people in lockdown who support their partner, family member or friend with symptoms of depression or anxiety.

Stronger prevention focus is needed to address mental health and substance use issues

Stronger prevention focus is needed to address mental health and substance use issues

According to new research carried out through a partnership between Black Dog Institute, Everymind and The Matilda Centre at the University of Sydney, we need to invest in the prevention of mental health and substance use difficulties to combat their significant human and economic costs.

Asking R U OK? more important than ever

Asking R U OK? more important than ever

This year might be the hardest year yet for the R U OK? message. Quite frankly, a lot of us are really not feeling okay at all.

Joint statement: ‘Creating Hope Through Action’ must start with elevating the voice of lived experience in our public communication about suicide

Joint statement: ‘Creating Hope Through Action’ must start with elevating the voice of lived experience in our public communication about suicide

‘Creating Hope Through Action’ must start with elevating the voice of lived experience in our public communication about suicide

Study to provide better care for carers

Study to provide better care for carers

As ongoing COVID-19 restrictions leave many families feeling cooped up and stressed, people caring for someone with symptoms of depression or anxiety need support more than ever. Everymind and the University of Newcastle are responding with the trial of a new online program aiming to provide better care for carers.


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