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Australian Child and Adolescent Trauma, Loss and Grief Network (ACATLGN)
The Australian Child and Adolescent Trauma, Loss and Grief Network (ACATLGN) is a network that works with a team of experts to bring together evidence-based resources and research. We make them more accessible to those working with, or interested in, children and young people who have been affected by trauma and grief.
Australian Men’s Shed Association (AMSA)
The AMSA prioritises the wellbeing of all men valuing the role that Men’s Sheds play in the prevention of social isolation by providing a safe, friendly and welcoming place for men to work on meaningful projects and to contribute to the wider community.
Be You aims to transform Australia’s approach to supporting children’s and young people’s mental health in early learning services and schools. Our vision is that every learning community is positive, inclusive and resilient, a place where every child, young person, educator and family can achieve their best possible mental health.
Beyond Blue works with the community to improve mental health and prevent suicide, so that all people in Australia can achieve their best possible mental health.
Through our Beyond 2020 Strategy, we are working across three strategic priorities:
Promoting mental health and wellbeing so people have greater knowledge, feel safe to talk openly about their issues and are supported to ask for help when they need to.
Being a trusted source of information, advice and support so we can all better understand how to maintain our mental health and take steps to recover from mental health conditions.
Working together to prevent suicide by playing a lead role in the national effort to prevent suicide through research, information, advice and support, and advocacy.
Beyond Blue: Dadvice
Becoming a dad can be a white-knuckled ride – exciting and terrifying at the same time. We’ve got some tips to help you along the way, as well as few things to keep in mind during the pregnancy.
Beyond Blue: Healthy Families
Healthy Families is all about giving you the information, knowledge and confidence to support the young people in your life – whether you’re a parent, guardian, grandparent, a favourite uncle or an awesome auntie. We’re also here to help you take care of your own mental health and wellbeing, especially if you’re a new parent or about to become one.
Beyond Blue: Pregnancy and New Parents
Check out our information for new and expectant parents, covering everything from bonding with your baby to spotting the signs of anxiety and depression.
Black Dog digital tools and apps
Online tools and mobile apps for your mental health and wellbeing developed and successfully tested through research trials that you can access anywhere at no cost.
Black Dog Institute
As the only medical research institute in Australia to investigate mental health across the lifespan, our aim is to create a mentally healthier world for everyone.
We do this through ‘translational’ research. Integrating our research studies, education programs, digital tools and apps, clinical services, and public resources to discover new solutions, foster connections and create real-world change.
Our partnerships with people with lived experience, federal, state and local governments, communities, schools, corporate Australia and others in the mental health sector enables us to drive evidence-informed change in mental health where it’s needed most.
Black Rainbow is a national volunteer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBQTIA+SB social enterprise to pursue positive health and wellbeing of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBQTIA+SB community located in the Top End capital, Darwin, Northern Territory.
We are the National Centre of Excellence for Complex Trauma. That means that we advocate for and provide support to people who have experiences of complex trauma and those who support them, personally and professionally.
Bring Up Respect
Stop it at the Start aims to help break the cycle of violence by encouraging adults to reflect on their attitudes, and have conversations about respect with young people.
The campaign is aimed at parents and family members of children aged 10–17, as well as the teachers, coaches, community leaders and employers of young people.
Since young people’s attitudes and behaviours are shaped by those around them, it’s important to expose them to positive influences where they live, work, learn and socialise. As adults, we need to recognise and reconcile our role as important influencers of the younger generation.
Butterfly changes lives by providing innovative, evidence-based support services, treatment and resources, delivering prevention and early intervention programs and advocating for the needs of our community.
Children of Parents with Mental Illness (COPMI)
The COPMI (Children of Parents with a Mental Illness) national initiative develops information for parents, their family and friends in support of these kids and young people.
Department of Veterans’ Affairs
The Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) is a department of the Australian Government. We provide support, services and information for:
- veterans and their dependants
- serving and former serving ADF members
- war widow/ers
- Australian British Nuclear Tests participants
- members of the Australian Federal Police and
- students, teachers and historians.
Embrace Multicultural Mental Health
Embrace Multicultural Mental Health (the Embrace Project) is run by Mental Health Australia and provides a national focus on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
Emerging Minds develops mental health policy, interventions, in-person and online training, programs and resources in response to the needs of professionals, children and their families.
We partner with family members, national and international organisations to implement evidence-based practice into the Australian context. Our resources are freely available at this web hub.
Equality Australia exists to improve the wellbeing and circumstances of LGBTIQ+ people in Australia and their families by:
- Relieving distress and disadvantage to LGBTQI+ people;
- Reducing the prevalence and relieving the effects of depression, suicide, anxiety, bullying, and homelessness they experience;
- Reducing the stigma and discrimination they experience;
- Advancing and promoting equality and inclusion; and
- Enhancing their actual, and sense of safety, security and acceptance.
Everymind is a leading Institute dedicated to the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide. We have been delivering successful mental health and suicide prevention programs for over 30 years.
Family Relationship Advice Line
The Family Relationship Advice Line (1800 050 321) is available Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm local time Saturday 10am to 4pm local time. Closed Sundays and national public holidays.