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. 

 

Events

World Mental Health Day – Morning Tea Picnic | Port Macquarie

Join Fortem Australia for an awesome morning tea picnic at the beach. A great way to connect with other local first responder families in Port Macquarie, whilst you get outside and enjoy the Spring weather.

Events

World Mental Health Day – Family Learn to Surf | Wollongong

Join Fortem Australia for a morning of learning to surf followed by a picnic lunch.  A great way to connect with other local first responder families, plus you can get active and learn a new skill during this 2 hour surf lesson!

Events

World Mental Health Day – Family Day at the Beach | Gold Coast

Join Fortem Australia for a family day at the beach in Currumbin for kayaking, stand up paddleboarding and a BBQ lunch. A great way to connect with other local first responder families and develop closer relationships in your own family, plus you can get active and enjoy the Spring weather and salt air.

Events

World Mental Health Day – Come & Try Archery Family Day | Canberra

Join Fortem Australia for a two hour archery class for first responder families, followed by lunch. A great way to connect with other local first responder families in Canberra, plus you can get active and learn a new skill!

Articles & E-Books

SANE Australia Blog

Fact Sheets

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.

Fact Sheets

You Are Not Alone

Information and support for those with loved ones who have attempted to take their own lives. From SANE Australia

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