Would you like to learn how to safely, helpfully and confidently identify, approach and support someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts and behaviours? mental health families and friends Tasmania, is pleased to offer Mental Health First Aid training – Conversations About Suicide to different communities around Tasmania. This project is funded by the Community Support […]
R U Ok?Day is Thursday 10th September 2020. It is the national day of action when Australians are reminded that every day is the day to ask, ‘Are you ok?’ 2020 has been a challenging year for many in our community; we have had to learn how to operate in a world where social distancing […]
Discover weekly tips on everything from food to fitness, to mental health and keeping your garden happy. Each week we will cover a different topic on positive steps that you can put into place to help you through these difficult times. Find out more here.
Jimmy Barnes recently spent time talking to some Devonportian males. The conversation was videoed and will be played at a special Male only event. It’s about drugs, alcohol abuse, poor mental health and suicide. Bring a mate to hear his answers to our questions and enjoy a Free Lunch. Lunch with Barnesy Event A4 flyer […]
Join Anglicare and Mental Health Council of Tasmania to celebrate World Mental Health Day 2019 on Thursday, October 10. The “connecting with community” expo will bring a fun, interactive and informative event to Devonport highlighting the importance of mental health and wellbeing. Activities on the day will include: • Live music • Great prizes and […]