View Dyslexie font  |  View high contrast
Toggle menu
Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training


Search for text:


Search tips

If you enter two or more words in the search field, the search results will include matches for any of those words.

To optimise the search results, you can use the following operators in the search field:

  • Surround a phrase with double quotes (") to search for the whole phrase.
  • Prefix a word with + if all search results must include the word.
  • Prefix a word with - if the search results must not include the word.


  • one two
    Search for either one or two.
  • "one two"
    Search for the whole phrase "one two" rather than the individual words one or two.
  • +one two
    All search results must include one, and will rank higher if they also contain two.
  • +one -two
    All search results must include one, but none will include two.

Search in:

      Select All | None

Filter resources by the selected categories:

Sort results by:
Results per page:

Search results

  • Web link

    Lifeline: 24/7 crisis support

    13 11 14 is the number to call for Lifeline telephone counsellors - they are available 24 hours a day and are trained to offer emotional support in times of crisis or when callers may be feeling down. Resources also available online.

  • Web link

    Mental Health & Wellbeing

    Information about action to build a stronger, more transparent, accountable, efficient and effective mental health system.

  • Web link

    Mental Health Association (Qld) Inc.

    The Mental Health Association (Qld) Inc. envisages communities in which all people are provided with opportunities to optimise their mental health and participate as valued members of society. The Association produces and distributes a range of publications about social and emotional well-being in a variety of formats, including brochures, fact sheets, information kits and booklets.

  • Web link

    Mental Health Association NSW Inc

    The mission of the Mental Health Association NSW Inc is to promote opportunities for the people of NSW to achieve their optimal level of mental health through providing information services, education about protecting mental health, mutual support and advocacy services.

  • Web link

    Mental Health Coalition of South Australia

    The Mental Health Coalition is the peak body promoting the interests of South Australian non-government organisations supporting people with a psychiatric disability. It aims to: Counter prejudice against people with mental illness; Advocate for appropriate psychiatric disability support services; Enhance the quality of NGO psychiatric disability support services.

  • Web link

    Mental Health Council of Australia

    The Mental Health Council of Australia (MHCA) is the independent, national representative network of organisations and individuals committed to achieving quality mental health for everyone in Australia.

  • Web link

    Mental Health Council of Tasmania

    The Mental Health Council of Tasmania (MHCT) is the peak body representing the interests of the community mental health sector in Tasmania including consumer, carer and service provider organisations. We provide a public voice for people affected by mental illness and the organisations in the community sector that work with them. We advocate for effective public policy on mental health for the benefit of the Tasmanian community as a whole.

  • Web link

    Mental Health First Aid

    In order to help people provide initial support for someone with a mental health problem, the Centre for Mental Health Research at the Australian National University has developed a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training course. The MHFA course is a 12-hour course developed in 2000 by Betty Kitchener and Professor Tony Jorm with the aim to improve the mental health literacy of members of the Australian community.

  • Web link

    Mental Health Foundation ACT Inc

    The Mental Health Foundation ACT Inc works to implement creative partnerships with mental health consumers, other mental health organisations, Commonwealth and Territory Government agencies, mental health professionals, community organisations and supportive individuals with a view to improving mental health in the ACT.

  • Web link

    Mental Health Foundation of Australia

    The Mental Health Foundation of Australia (Victoria) is an organisation of professionals, sufferers, families of sufferers and related organisations concerned with mental health and concerned members of the public. Its aims are to: Promote mental health and attitudes to mental health;establish collaboration with governments, individuals, and health related agencies, groups and organisations; make recommendations regarding mental health policy, implementation and services; and encourage and initiate mental health research.