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Community mental health services receive a funding boost

Everymind welcomes the funding announcement by the Federal government today for Australia’s Primary Health Networks (PHNs), which coordinate the health services needed to respond to the specific needs of our communities.

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Building family resilience

In simple terms, resilience can be thought of as the ability to handle stressful situations and bounce forward following difficult times.

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LifeSpan Coordinator to lead new research into suicide prevention

Everymind team member and LifeSpan Newcastle Coordinator, Dr Katie McGill has been named as one of the first six recipients to receive Higher Degree Research Scholarships under the National Suicide Prevention Research Fund.

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Hunter mental health hub's national impact

In an article published in the Newcastle Herald, Everymind Director Jaelea Skehan talks about our first 25 years, as well as the road ahead.

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Our 25 year event

A gallery of images from our 25 year anniversary event, held on Thursday 14 December.

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Small business and mental health consultation meetings

We'd like to hear from people in small business regarding the small business and mental health project.

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Celebrating our first month as Everymind

Today, we mark one month since the official launch on 9 October – my how time flies!


A great loss for our community

We are saddened by the news of the death of Jackie Crowe, a national leader in mental health and suicide prevention.

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Leading Institute rebrands to mark the start of National Mental Health Week

To mark the start of national mental health week, one of Australia’s leading Institutes working in the prevention of mental illness and the prevention of suicide has announced a big change.

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Prevention First: A prevention and promotion framework for mental health

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