Addressing stigma so people are empowered to sustain their mental health and well-being.

  • MIEACT CEO recognised

    Congratulations to Heidi Prowse, Social Impact Award winner, 2019 Canberra Women in Business Awards.

  • DoNOHarm Training

    Open session – Saturday 16th November 2019 – 10.00am to 1.00pm – Canberra

  • Trauma Awareness Training

    Open session – Saturday 7th December 2019 – 10.00am to 1.00pm – Canberra

  • School Education Program

    An introduction to mental health that builds an understanding of the myths and facts. Delivered by trained volunteers with a lived experience of mental illness.

Using the power of lived experience combined with evidence-based practice our programs inform and empower everyone to sustain their mental health and well-being.

Our impact FY 2018/19



8,467

attendees reached



260

sessions delivered



6,885

youth reached

45% of Australians aged 16-85 years will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime.

We offer a range of evidence-based programs tailored for school age students that are mapped to the Australian National Curriculum and workplaces. Programs are delivered to schools free of charge thanks to our funding partners and Pay-it-forward supporters.

The 2018 Mission Australia Youth Survey identified the following top concerns for youth in the ACT are



1

Coping with stress



2

Mental Health



3

School or Study Problems

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