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


    Schools Mental Illness Learning Event is a free workshop for teachers in the ACT to find out about our school education program on October 29 from 3.00 to 5.00 pm at the National Museum of Australia.

    RSVPs essential.

  • Calling Volunteers

    Support a new mental health and suicide prevention program for Canberra’s Yr9 students.

  • Stress and Me

    NEW digital program teaching young people about stress and anxiety

  • Mental Health and Me

    The Myths and Facts. Everything you wanted to know but didn’t know how to ask.

Mental Health and Me & Stress and Me

NEW interactive and self-directed digital programs for young people aged between 10 and 15 years. These programs are mapped to the Australian Curriculum and can be used as part of a unit of work or to meet specific learning outcomes. Download the Teacher and Caregiver resources to consolidate learning in the home or classroom.

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 2019/20


people reached


sessions delivered



We believe better learning comes from sharing real life experiences.

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


Coping with stress


Mental Health


School or Study Problems

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