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Take part in a new national survey on reporting of alcohol and other drugs

Everymind's Mindframe team is encouraging people to take part in a new survey investigating the attitudes and perceptions of Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) in the media.

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Everymind supports Not Just for Laughs festival

Everymind is pleased to be sponsoring Not Just for Laughs, an independent comedy festival taking place in Newcastle over the Labour Day long weekend.

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ABS releases Causes of Death data for 2017

Today the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the Causes of Death data for 2017, reiterating the need to renew our collective commitment to suicide prevention in Australia – as individuals, services, communities and governments.

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Leading suicide prevention expert announced as inaugural Trevor Waring Expert in Residence

Professor Rory O’Connor has been announced as the inaugural Trevor Waring Expert in Residence and will be travelling to Newcastle to deliver a series of seminars, workshops and meetings from 12-16 November 2018.

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Tasmania Communications Charter Launched

Everymind has welcomed the launch of the Tasmanian Communications Charter: A state-based approach to mental health and suicide prevention in Hobart today.

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Everymind Supports Newcastle Conversation Convoy

Everymind is encouraging Newcastle residents to learn the skills to start a potentially life-changing conversation, as part of the R U OK? Conversation Convoy visit to the harbour city.

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New national mental health and suicide communications charter launched

The National Communications Charter: A unified approach to mental health and suicide prevention (The Charter) has been launched in Melbourne.

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#chatsafe: world-first guidelines help young people talk safely online about suicide

Everymind has partnered with Orygen to develop a new set of guidelines for young people to support safe, online conversations about suicide

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#YouCanTalk about suicide and save lives

In an Australian first, leading mental health and suicide prevention organisations are joining forces to support the general public to talk openly about suicide with their friends and family in a bid to save more lives.

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When silence isn't golden

The suicide death of two international celebrities has sent shock waves through our communities again in the past week. But for many individuals, families and communities this is not a new feeling.  

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Prevention First: A prevention and promotion framework for mental health

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