Beyondblue, Depression and Anxiety

3 million Australians are living with depression or anxiety

beyondblue is working to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety in the community by raising awareness and understanding, empowering people to seek help, and supporting recovery, management and resilience.

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beyondblue says Government’s courageous mental health reforms will make it easier for Australians to get help

26 November 2015
Chairman of beyondblue Jeff Kennett said today’s announcement by the Turnbull Government is a defining moment for mental health care in Australia and he commends Health Minister Sussan Ley for having the courage to instigate structural reform by dismantling a badly-integrated system in favour of building a regional one that works for people closer to home, wherever they live in Australia.

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beyondblue is all about people - people just like you. Here are some ways you can support our work.

  • Help us reduce the impact of anxiety and depression on the Australian community.
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  • There are many ways organisations can get involved with beyondblue and help support the work we do.
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  • Join our reference group and online community for people with a personal experience of anxiety and/or depression, their friends and family.
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  • Participate in, or run your own events on behalf of beyondblue.
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