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resources & Downloads

Feel free to print and share these resources in your workplaces, schools and communities. If you have any questions about materials, please contact us.

Anywhere, anytime.
Online services Campaign

This digital and poster campaign raises awareness of the online services available to support your mental health.

Click the images below to download the posters

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24/7 Helplines
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1800RESPECT
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Butterfly Foundation
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Mens Line Australia
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Alcohol Drug Information Service
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Suicide prevention
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Kids Helpline
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13YARN
Helplines

This digital and poster campaign raises awareness of the confidential and free helplines available.

Click the images below to download the posters

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local services campaign

This campaign helps our community know where and how to access support for mental health.

Murrumbidgee LHAC Network

With thanks to MPHN Community Grants and NSW Health, campaign materials have been created for the entire Murrumbidgee Local Health District. Each LHAC is welcome to download and distribute the posters throughout their communities:
 

 

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Five ways to wellbeing

Five simple and effective ways to improve your psychological and emotional health.​

Learn more about the 5 Ways to Wellbeing

 

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COVID-19 CAMPAIGN​

 

We can change how we feel by choosing to focus on the things we can control.

 

Digital resource guide

via emhprac.org.au/resource/a-guide-to-digital-mental-health-resources

The eMHPrac Guide to Digital Mental Health Resources provides a useful overview of various Australian online programs, apps, crisis helplines and information sites. All listed programs have been developed by credible sources, such as the Australian Government, universities, and national non-government organisations. The majority are free or low-cost.

 

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LHAC CHAT Mental Health Resources

The LHAC Chat pages contain information on a range of Mental Health resources.

The pages focus on the areas of:

  • Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol services

  • Local help for Mental Health

  • Recover Focused services

  • Online Mental Health Resources

  • Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing 

The pages can be printed at A3.

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Men's Health CAMPAIGN

This campaign is targeted at improving men's health awareness.

 

We partnered with Deniliquin LHAC to develop and deliver the campaign.

 

Campaign materials consist of posters with targeted health messages that can be printed and put up in community and workplaces. 

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Supporting Murrumbidgee Communities Impacted by Suicide

To read the guide online, please go to: mphn.org.au/supporting-murrumbidgee-communities

For a hardcopy of this guide, please contact:

Murrumbidgee Local Response Group

P: 0436 608 203

E: localresponsegroup@mphn.org.au

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First Nations Mental Health and Wellbeing Services and Supports

Download a list of free mental health and wellbeing services and supports for First Nations peoples, published by the Federal Government in 2023.

Learn more at health.gov.au/resources/publications/first-nations-mental-health-and-wellbeing-services-and-supports

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