A program that supports people with enduring and serious mental health issues who have been in hospital for more than 12 months to move back to the community has been profiled in a new report from
People of NSW will be better supported to work together to prevent suicide in their local communities under a new statewide framework.
A woman who has spent more than two decades working to break down the stigma surrounding mental illness within south western Sydney’s Vietnamese-speaking community is the winner of this year’s NSW
The Mental Health Commission of NSW welcomes this opportunity to pause and reflect on our first five years of work toward better mental health for people living with mental health issues, their fam
More than 1600 people have told us what effective community-based support looks like – and a focus on recovery, holistic care and positive outcomes is what people said is most important.
The Mental Health Commission of NSW has visited communities across NSW to talk about a better coordinated approach to suicide prevention.
Ginny Stevens is determined to improve the physical and mental health of regional Australians, one fitness class at a time.
The 30-year-old from Mangoplah in NSW is the founder of Active Farmers, a not-for-profit organisation that coordinates group exercise classes for farmers and regional families across NSW, Queensland and Tasmania. The aim of the initiative isn’t just to get people moving, but to connect people with each other and their community.