National Suicide Prevention Adviser Final Advice
The National Suicide Prevention Adviser's Final Report to Government after 18 months of research and engagement with Australians including different levels of government and portfolios, organisations working in suicide prevention, researchers, leaders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide prevention and community members.
Pandemic fatigue is real and it's absolutely understandable many Australians are experiencing it. While we can all experience fatigue in different ways, it is possible to counter its effects. The National Mental Health Commission and mental health services are united in urging all Australians to take practical steps to maintain their mental wellbeing. That's why the Commission has developed resources to help you look out for some of the signs of fatigue, and is sharing steps you can take to be kind to yourself and overcome these feelings.
The Commission has launched Australia's first National Children's Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy as part of the Australian Government’s long-term national health plan.
The Blueprint for Mentally Healthy Workplaces aims to define a vision of mentally healthy workplaces that can be shared by all organisations and businesses across Australia. To review the Blueprint and share your feedback, visit our engagement hub.
News & Media
Data collection and analysis provides important insights to reinforce a national response towards zero suicide
29 September 2021
Commissioner Alan Woodward recognised with LiFE Award for outstanding contribution to suicide prevention
10 September 2021