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Half a million pounds awarded to evaluate new NHS mental health and wellbeing services, ‘Resilience Hubs’
Police investigators of online child abuse at risk of mental harm
Open-source toolkit helps developing countries meet demand for COVID-19 research and diagnostics
Could chatbot be a lifeline for dementia carers?
JETS fuels support for more than 40,000 jobseekers
Local ‘migraine warrior’ support groups launched
Cancer support available over 2020 holiday season
New research finds young people in regional Australia as stressed about future as their city counterparts but less
People with Disability Australia Appoints Interim CEO
Children’s Minister speaks during Anti-Bullying Week
Sanctions for failure to join National Redress Scheme welcomed
Monash project tackles post-pandemic mental health challenges facing adolescents
Mummy buddies beat baby blues
$133.5 million for Child, Youth and Perinatal Mental Health
Event grants available- International Day of People with a Disability
Beyond Blue welcomes Victorian Government’s investment in mental health
Boeing Provides More Than $14 Million for Veterans Causes
Report calls for investment in digital tech to support unpaid carers in lockdown
Pushing away your poison: New form of brain-training helps prevent relapse after alcohol treatment
WSU nutrition education classes go online to keep families healthy
Supporting CanTeen on National Bandana Day
$13.6 million to support mental health of new and expectant parents
IAccelerate and Yarpa Hub partnership to boost Indigenous business
Education Secretary urges overhaul to adoption system
New funding awarded to improve support for victims of terrorism
Support-seeking reduces distress and improves coping: research
A Budget to support and protect Australia’s young people
Statement – Report provides further understanding of defence and veteran suicide
Nation’s job hunt JETS off
Greens pledge over $11.6m plan to improve youth mental health
Government confirms new acute mental health facility for Lakes DHB
Government puts teacher wellbeing at centre
Social media use linked with depression, secondary trauma during COVID-19
Lockdown seriously affecting mental health of informal carers, new study finds
Verily Connect trial a success
Study Finds Permanent Supportive Housing is Effective for Highest Risk Chronically Homeless People
Avoidance primary protection against thunderstorm-related turbulence
Do’s and don’ts of working from home during COVID-19
ANZ support new Peer Program
CFA Corporate Peer Program supported by ANZ and ANZ employees
CFA members ask ‘R U OK?’ during a challenging year
East Gippsland Peer reflects on fires this R U OK? Day
More community providers funded for fight against meth harm
Victims right to speak out about abuse
There’s more to say after R U OK?
Delivering NDIS: $64.9 million boost to build capacity of people with disability
Proclamation on National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month, 2020
Giving a voice to people with intellectual disabilities