‘Tune In’ to your mental health
30th September 2020
October is Mental Health Month – an opportunity to think about our mental health and wellbeing, and to gain a better understanding of the importance of good mental health in our everyday lives.
This year’s theme is ‘Tune In’ which focuses on the importance of being present, being aware of what’s happening within you and in the world around you.
Tuning in has been shown to help build self-awareness, help make effective choices, reduce the impact of worry and build positive connections. Tuning into communities and the impact of mental health stigma can help ensure that people who need support have safe places to talk about their experiences and reach out.
- Find out more about the mental health services we fund
- Find out more about mental health support available in response to COVID-19
- Find out more about mental health support available to those impacted by last summer’s bushfires
- Find out more about Mental Health Month
You’re invited to our Online Mental Health Summit in October
People with a lived experience, carers and service providers are invited to South Western Sydney Recovery College’s Online Mental Health Summit during Mental Health Month in October. SWSPHN, MDS and One Door Mental Health are funding the summit which will provide access to a variety of online support and learning activities for mental health recovery and wellness.
To keep informed: