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.
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Fremantle Esplanade World Mental Health Day Event
Gotcha4Life | 20 marathons in 20 days
On Monday, 26th October, Mark Avery will be setting off on a challenge of running 20 marathons in 20 days to raise funds for Gotcha4Life. Funds raised will go towards running mental fitness workshops in schools and clubs across Australia. Throughout his challenge Mark will be supported by the NRMA group who will be providing […]
Family Mindful Art Practice on World Mental Health Day | Virtual
Have you ever wanted to try art as a way to be more mindful? Join Helen from ARTea Art School for a mindful art practice on World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2020.
Family Mindfulness Webinar on World Mental Health Day | Virtual
Are you ready to bring some mindfulness into your family home? Join Kathryn from A Mindful Start for a one hour online webinar on World Mental Health Day, 10th October 2020.
Uprise and WayAhead | Webinar: Mental Health Week – Time to Tune In
The WayAhead Mental Health Month topic this year is Tune In. Tuning In means being present, being aware of what’s happening within you, and in the world around you. This webinar will be focused on tuning in to your senses, communities and stigma.
ANU | World Mental Health Day Panel Discussion
ANU Wellbeing will host a panel discussion to raise awareness for World Mental Health Day and help continue to break down barriers and stigma often associated with seeking support.
World Mental Health Day – Centenary Trail Walking Group | Canberra
Join Fortem Australia to take on the Canberra Centenary Trail, walking a different section of the trail each month. The next walk will be held on World Mental Health Day!
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