• SUPPORTING MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH

    AT WORK

    Wear BLUE on Wednesday, 10 October 2018

  • WEAR BLUE TO WORK
    ON BLUE SHIRT WEDNESDAY

    Show that you're aware of the significance of mental health issues in men.

  • OUR AIM

    We want to reduce the stigma associated with men's mental health by getting more valuable conversations happening.

  • How it works

    It's pretty easy...

    Wear blue to work on Blue Shirt Wednesday

    (shirt/dress/shoes)

    Have a conversation around mental health

    (Perhaps in an existing meeting/morning tea/lunch - or maybe a special event)

    Reduce the stigma

    Help create a supportive work environment where all folks can talk more openly about mental health

  • INSTA UPDATES

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  • HOW WE HELP

    Blue Shirt Wednesday Activities and Events

    Workplace Events

    Have a chat

    We can help your organisation get a conversation happening around mental health

    High Fives

    Having some fun with it

    We have a number of fun ways of engaging the public in mental health

  • CONTACT US

    Ask us anything!

  • Connect With Us

    We'd love to hear from you

  • Let's Chat

    Don't go this alone. If you're not feeling right, reach out and talk to someone.

    For everyone

    Provides 24/7 crisis support and suicide prevention services for all Australians. Offering connection, compassion and hope, their vision is for Australia to be free of suicide.

     

    Call 13 11 14

    For everyone

    Heads Up gives individuals and businesses the tools (training, advice and resources) to create mentally healthy workplaces.

     

    N.B. This is not a telephone counselling service.

    For everyone

    Provides relationship support services for individuals, families and communities, aiming to help people achieve more positive and respectful relationships.

     

    Call 1300 364 277

    For men

    A telephone and online counselling service for men with family and relationship concerns.

     

    Available anywhere, anytime (both telephone and online).

     

    Call (08) 9226 3788

    For men

    Working to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety in the community by raising awareness and understanding, empowering people to seek help, supporting recovery, management and resilience. Includes specific information for men and phone support.

     

    Call 1300 22 4636

    For men

    A nationwide service that provides 24/7 phone, video and online professional counselling to people who are affected by suicide. (Individuals feeling suicidal, knowing someone suicidal or those affected by another’s suicide)

     

    Call 1300 659 4667