Mental Health resources
You can download these 'Helping Someone in Distress' PDFs and print them for your own use.
- Helping Someone In Distress Booklet - green version
- Helping Someone In Distress Booklet - green version (print ready file for professional printing)
- Helping Someone In Distress Flyer
- Helping Someone In Distress Flyer (print ready file for professional printing)
- Helping Someone In Distress Card
- Helping Someone in Distress Poster (Portrait - full directory)
- Helping Someone in Distress Poster (Landscape - urgent assistance)
- Helping Someone in Distress Poster (Landscape – direct to website)
Our Think Mental Health website also has resources related to the current Think Mental Health campaign and our Strong Spirit Strong Mind website has culturally secure information for Aboriginal people.
Many of the organisations we fund produce resources. You can find prevention and community information organisations or browse our Getting help and Your health and wellbeing pages.
Find more Mental Health resources at Head to Health - the Federal Government's gateway to digital mental health resources - find apps, digital programs and other resources.
We have produced a resource on grief and loss titled “When someone takes their own life…what next?”, which contains information on grief, the coroner’s office, finance, how to talk to children and funeral arrangements. It also has sections on social media, getting help and how to support a friend or colleague through the loss of a loved one to suicide. It is also available in hard copy by request.
You can find fact sheets about how to cope after disasters and how to cope after bushfires on the mental health and wellbeing during emergencies page.
Mental Health Act 2014 resources
Find resources related to the Mental Health Act 2014
National Standards for Mental Health Services
The National Standards for Mental Health Services are developed and produced by the Commonwealth Department of Health.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics and Australian Institute of Health and Welfare collate information about mental health at a National and State level. These agencies produce the below reports, which may be of interest:
- Australian Bureau of Statistics - National Health Survey (Psychological Distress data)
- Australian Bureau of Statistics - National Health Survey (Mental and Behavioural Conditions data)
- Australian Bureau of Statistics - Causes of Death data (includes Intentional Self-Harm - Suicide)
- Australian Institute of Health and Welfare – National Minimum Data Set
- Australian Institute of Health and Welfare - Mental Health Services in Australia