The Engagement Framework outlines how the Commission commits to working with stakeholders to inform our work.
People of NSW will be better supported to work together to prevent suicide in their local communities under a new statewide framework.
IAYMH2019 will bring together people from across the globe who care about improving young people's wellbeing.
You are invited to attend the Sydney Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People Seminar 2018.
Six new short videos by the NSW Mental Health Commission spotlight how two innovative service providers are promoting the mental health of their local communities – including Aboriginal communities
This submission outlines the work happening in NSW towards suicide prevention in young people.
It was his decision, at age 21, to walk away from a job in finance to work at a summer camp in the United States that helped Chris Grumley set his life in a new, positive direction.
“It was a turning point. I was thrown into the deep end. I’d worked so hard to create this person after my mental health issues, the person I thought I was supposed to be, but at the camp I could reset. I could be who I really was,” Chris says.
He spent five months at the camp, supporting children from disadvantaged areas of Chicago.
Topics that will be covered include:
A pilot program aiming to increase the proportion of young people who seek support when in mental distress.