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Everymind has welcomed release of the Australian Government’s Productivity Commission Inquiry Report into Mental Health.
Everymind is conducting an evaluation of a new national online training program for Australian small business owners, which aims to enhance capacity and confidence in promoting positive mental health and wellbeing within their business.
The Commonwealth Government has reinvested in the prevention of mental ill-health, announcing $2.1million of continued funding to support valuable research initiatives for the prevention of anxiety and depression through The Prevention Hub.
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.
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.
Today’s announcement from the Federal Government of a $48.1 million injection into support for mental health as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is welcome sign according to Everymind.
Everymind welcomes the announcement and prioritisation of mental health as a tier one issue of importance for the nation in addressing the short and long term impacts of COVID-19.
Everymind’s new PhD scholar Bruce Nelson, has a diverse background including experience within health, aged care, palliative care, mental health and as a former small business owner.