About our work

beyondblue works to raise awareness of depression, anxiety and suicide prevention, reduce the stigma surrounding these issues and to encourage people to seek support when they need it.

Through strong partnerships with academics, governments, non-government, corporate, service providers and the community, beyondblue promotes good mental health across a range of population groups and places in which people live, learn, work and play. Our work in different communities and settings is detailed below and provides information on our programs, research and resources.

For more information on beyondblue visit the who we are and what we do page or view our current and past annual reports for highlights of our work since inception.


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Our work in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities

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Our work in childhood and educational settings


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Our work for young people – Youthbeyondblue



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Our work in LGBTI communities

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Our work with men


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Our work with multicultural communities


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Our work with older adults


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Our work in perinatal mental health

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Our work in suicide prevention


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Our work to stop discrimination by insurance providers

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Our work in reforming the mental health system


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Our work in improving workplace mental health