Resources to share
World Mental Health Day is a little different this year, with events and get-togethers more restricted than usual. But there are still so many ways to celebrate and bring awareness!
Check out these digital and printable resources, including resources from our Partners, you can share with friends, family, colleagues and your community during October to encourage everyone to look after their mental health.
- All Resources
- Apps & Programs
- Articles & E-Books
- Fact Sheets
- Social Posts
Heart Foundation | Mindful Walking
The practice of mindful walking is the opportunity to give ourselves a bit of a break from the constant mental chatter…
Coronavirus (COVID-19) mental health resources
During an infectious disease outbreak such as the coronavirus, there is a great deal of uncertainty about the nature of the disease, its spread, its scope and impact. This may lead to significant emotional distress, even among those who have not been directly exposed. Phoenix Australia has developed some useful resources to support health practitioners […]
Psychological trauma and PTSD resources
Traumatic events are common, and most people will experience at least one during their lives. Most people recover with the help of family and friends, but there are effective treatments for those needing extra support. The Phoenix Australia website has information about how people react to trauma and resources to support their recovery.
Looking after your mental health during coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions
The impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, physical distancing and isolation can make us feel anxious, stressed and worried. Read about what you can do to look after your mental wellbeing and look out for those around you as we tackle these challenges together.
SANE Australia: Factsheets and Guides
These factsheets & guides provide easy-to-read information on complex mental health issues for everyone. Have a look – you can browse, download or send them on to someone who needs them.
You Are Not Alone
Information and support for those with loved ones who have attempted to take their own lives. From SANE Australia
Good Practice Guide: Working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
A resource from Embrace Multicultural Mental Health.
Need help or support? If your life is in danger CALL 000
If you or someone you care for is in need of immediate assistance you can contact the below National 24/7 Crisis Counselling Services:
13 11 14 – 24 hours a day
7 days a week
0477 13 11 14 – 6pm to midnight (AEDT)
7 nights a week
1300 22 4636
Butterfly Foundation National Helpline
1800 334 673
1800 242 636 or 1300 554 660
SANE Australia Help Centre
1800 187 263
Suicide Call Back Service
1300 659 467
1800 55 1800
1300 789 978
1800 184 527
Open Arms – Veterans and Families Counselling
1800 011 046