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New 8k per Day Challenge promotes the benefits of running to improve mental health

As R U Ok? Nears on 14th of September 2023, Melbourne runner Darren Templeton is encouraging people to jump on board his new fundraiser, the 8K per Day Challenge.

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New study highlights the impact of a father’s mental health on his kids

A new international study of more than seven million fathers has found that children faced a 42 per cent higher risk of depression if their father was depressed.

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Portraits of Mankind exhibition encourages men to ‘Reach out, don’t tough it out’.

The Alliance for Suicide Prevention on the Sunshine Coast has partnered with a local photographer to showcase striking black and white portraits of local men that breaks stigma around mental health. 

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Mens Talk builds momentum in the West

Award-winning Western Australia men’s group – Mens Talk AU – has made a further commitment to its work by outlining future goals through a newly developed Strategic Plan.

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Doing It Tough campaign draws on holiday cheer with a twist

Suicide Prevention Australia has launched a ‘friendly’ but hard-hitting campaign drawing on the challenges the holiday and festive season present for men who are Doing It Tough.

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Ten to Men study highlights barriers in the uptake of mental health services among men

A large proportion of men with depressive symptoms sampled by the latest Ten to Men longitudinal study did not access a relevant mental health service or prescription.

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Tradies support group receives $10,000 grant

Tradies in Sight, an organisation that supports trades people and men with their mental health in regional NSW, has received a $10,000 grant that will be used to stage a number of activities over the next 12 months.

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New website for blokes doing it tough

A new website providing links and resources for men at risk of suicide was launched by the New South Wales Minister for Mental Health, Bronnie Taylor, at Parliament House in Sydney today.

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Parents Beyond Breakup endorses Albanese government appointment on suicide prevention

Parents Beyond Breakup has welcomed the focus of the Albanese Government on suicide prevention through the appointment of Assistant Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, the Hon Emma McBride MP.

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Laying bare stories of survival at new Men’s Health Week exhibition

A new exhibition timed to launch across Men’s Health Week has been developed around men’s lived experience stories around hardship and recovery.

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