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Did you know anxiety can change your whole thought process? It's helpful to remember that you and your anxiety are separate and it can be managed with a range of mental health support 🧠💭 Check out our tips
In partnership with @MensHealthForum, @SuicidePrevAU has launched “Doing It Tough?” - the first platform for men in NSW who may be looking for support. Check it out here:
This #MensHealthWeek it’s important to acknowledge the mental health challenges Aussie men face. Sadly, male suicides make up 3/4 of all suicides.
It’s International Pride Month 🌈 See our tips on how to show your support and be an ally for your colleagues in the LGBTQIA+ community in the workplace. Learn more about being an ally #pridemonth20222#lgbtqiaallyy#workplaceallyyY
ReachOut is committed to working with social media platforms, including Instagram, to provide advice and support to reach young people with important mental health messages. For tips on talking to your teen about social media, check out the article below.
3️⃣ 'Take a break' reminders: new features have been introduced to remind young people to make their time online more intentional and to take a break.
2️⃣ New Supervision Tools: Allows parents and carers to manage how much time young people spend on Instagram, as well as view and receive updates on what accounts their teen is following and the accounts that follow their young people.
1️⃣ Education Hub: For parents and carers to access resources and tips on topics like 'How to talk to young people about social media', something which ReachOut has consulted closely on.
Great news today, @Meta has announced the introduction of a Family Centre and Parental Supervision Tool in Australia to empower parents and support the online wellbeing of young people. Updates include:
Clear communication is key for healthy relationships 🗣️ We asked 8 parents + teens to watch some classic movie scenes that show different examples of communication, from wholesome to downright dysfunctional and get their reactions. Check it
We're so excited to partner with @Doritos to encourage young people to share a pack and start a conversation with the new 'Be Bold. Reach Out' messaging that links to our site. Have you found a packet near you? 🍟�
If you have experienced sexual assault, you can call 000 or 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732) or check out some of these support services:…
ReachOut’s Senior Digital Content Manager @annie Wylie has put together some guidelines that can help with seeking ‘active’ consent if you are about to engage in any kind of sexual activity.…
Healthy relationships start with feeling respected and safe. It is never okay for someone to do something to you without an enthusiastic and explicit ‘yes’. Under NSW’s new consent laws which came into effect this month, consent must be 'clearly communicated' and 'ongoing'.
We also congratulate @AmandaRishworth on her appointment as Minister for Social Services - together we can help ensure parents are equipped to support and connect with their young people.
Congratulations to @Mark_Butler_MP & @Emma4Dobell on their Federal Ministry appointments - we're excited to continue to work with you to deliver our vision: better mental health and wellbeing for all young people. #auspol
Read our third Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) here: #NRW22 #BeBraveMakeChange #RAP
We’re committed to working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to deliver an inclusive service that meets their needs and contributes to improved mental health and wellbeing outcomes.
We recognise the history of the land on which we live and work, and the importance that connection to Country has on the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Our amazing Youth Involvement Coordinator, Tithi Mukherjee has reflected on what running the Youth Ambassador program means to her, and has shared some tips on relationship building and meaningful engagement. #NationalVolunteerWeek 3/3…
We know that by harnessing the experiences and expertise of people who live with mental health needs, we have an opportunity to build understanding, improve knowledge translation and drive lasting change. 2/3
This National Volunteer Week, we’d like to thank all of our incredible Youth Ambassadors for their ongoing dedication, courage and resilience. 1/3
Recent challenges have placed an unprecedented toll on the mental health of young Australians. Orgs like @MissionAust @orygen_aus @batyrAus @ReachOut_AUS @AYAC_ are eager to work with the next Fed Gov for a stronger youth mental health system. #ausvotes…
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Australia needs to invest more in the mental health and wellbeing of young people. We're joining with @orygen_aus, @batyrAus, @MissionAust & @AYAC_ to call on whoever wins the upcoming election to make mental health reform a priority.…
With the election approaching, the news agenda in overdrive, and convos about politics more frequent, it can be a stressful time. Check out ReachOut CEO Ashley de Silva’s tips for navigating these discussions in productive, respectful and safe ways here:
We are thrilled to share that ReachOut's Director of Service Design & Delivery, Louise O'Donnell won the Delivery Category at the @bandt Women Leading Tech Awards. The award recognises brilliant women driving technological change. Congratulations Louise!
Mental health care is a key election issue for young voters and it matters to us too! Find out more from our friends @orygen_aus #youngfuturesmatter #ausvotes…
Ahead of the #FederalElection, 40+ suicide prevention organisations + leaders have joined together to call on all parties to fully support & implement the National Suicide Prevention Adviser's Final Advice. What we do now matters. Read joint statement:
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New research has found that stress about the future is impacting on the wellbeing of young people. Almost 60% of those surveyed said they felt more stressed due to the pandemic. We know that young people are most likely to open up to friends and family when they are struggling.
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It's been a stressful few years for many, including young people. Our research has found over 54% of young people are moderate to extremely stressed about the future and that these stress levels are on the rise because of the pandemic. Read more:…
Tune in on Monday at 5.14pm (AEDT) to hear ReachOut’s Director of Service Design and Delivery, Louise O'Donnell present at @anzmha 's Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference on digital mental health transformation. Details:…
Congratulations to our Director of Service Design + Delivery, Louise O’Donnell, who has been announced as a finalist in the @bandt Women Leading Tech Awards presented by @Atlassian. The awards recognises brilliant female tech talent who are driving change.
"For every challenge, there is an opportunity to deliver lasting change. For us, 2022 is about continuing to challenge ourselves so that we can best support young people" Our 2021 Annual Report is now live. CEO, Ashley de Silva has shared his reflections.
Laps for Life supports youth mental health. Hear from ReachOut's Director of Marketing and Fundraising, Tracey Campbell, on why cause-related events are helping to transform mental health through lived experience advocacy. #LapsforLife #youthmentalhealth…
This is great news for students across NSW! A big thank you to everyone who got involved, supported trans and gender diverse young people and opposed this totally unnecessary dangerous Bill!…
On March 28, tune in to hear ReachOut’s Director of Service Design and Delivery, Louise O'Donnell present at @anzmha's Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference on digital mental health transformation. Details here:…
The news cycle can feel overwhelming and challenging to navigate at times. For healthy strategies on coping if the news is getting you down, check out our tips in The Latch. Read here:…
We consume a lot of news & information every day from websites, news cycles & social media. When bad news breaks, it can be overwhelming & stressful; it's hard to unplug from it all. @ReachOut_AUS has advice to help respond to bad world news:
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#LapsForLife has officially started today + continues throughout March! We want to thank our community of participants, Youth Ambassadors, volunteers, supporters, partners, + board members for making a difference in preventing youth suicide + supporting youth mental health.
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We are thinking of those currently affected by the floods in QLD & NSW. Natural disasters create a lot of uncertainty and fear. Knowing how to discuss concerns with teens can be difficult. Learn how to navigate these convos:…
Join ReachOut’s Annie Wylie, ABC’s @sophiescott2 Scott and psychiatrist Dr Mark Cross from 10am (AEDT) today for a live Q&A on @abcnews about all things anxiety and mental health.…
Hey @orygen_aus @chatsafe_au @headspace_aus @ReachOut_AUS @batyrAus could you share this opportunity with your networks? We want to ensure young people and youth organisations are included in the research. 🙏�…KG
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That's why we're standing with @EqualityAu to help protect trans and gender-diverse young people in sports.…
No young person should be excluded from sport because of who they are. Sport isn't just good for your physical health, it provides an opportunity for meaningful connection and contributes to overall wellbeing.
It’s an important time to reflect on how everyone can support the #LGBTQIA+ community. Annie and Kai from ReachOut discussed with @SBSNews why being a good LGBTQIA+ ally is so important, not just during #MardiGras but all year round. Listen:…
Legendary Olympic swimmer @IanThorpe is helping raise much-needed awareness for youth suicide with @ReachOut_AUS and their Laps For Life swim challenge.
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No matter if your goal is to swim 1km, 20km or more, with #LapsForLife you'll be swimming to support youth mental health 🏊💦 ​ ​There's still time to sign…0M
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See what ReachOut has to say about digital mental health transformation and its Online Community in @australian article by @editorialjoe #DigitalMentalHealth #PeerSupport
Peer support is emerging as a critical element in modern mental health systems, enabling young people to hear from others with lived experience in a safe and stigma free way.
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