IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 000 or go to your nearest hospital Emergency Department
The Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health does not provide Emergency Services.

Downloadable Resources

CRRMH POSITION PAPER

Rural Suicide and its Prevention: a CRRMH position paper December 2017 (5 MB)

 

TAKE TIME MAGAZINE

Click here for Take Time magazine
 

GLOVE BOX GUIDE TO MENTAL HEALTH

PODCASTS

Preview to 'Let's Talk' series

Introduction to our 'Let's Talk' series.

S1 E1: Talking to your GP

Why your GP can be the most important person if you’re struggling.

S1 E2: Disasters, trauma & mental health

Disasters, trauma and keeping yourself and loved ones mentally healthy.

S1 E3: Mentally Healthy Workplaces

The benefits of creating mentally healthy workplaces.

S1 E4: Transitioning back to the land

Changing landscapes and transitioning back to life on the land.

S1 E5: Rural suicide prevention

Suicide prevention initiatives in rural, regional and remote communities.

S1 E6: Mental health peer workers

Mental health peer workers' role in the workforce.

About the producer -Kia Handley

Meet Kia- radio producer and presenter.

S2 E1 Coping with Drought

Coping with drought, staying connected and accessing support.

S2: E2 Rural LGBTIQ Communities

The issues impacting mental health in rural LGBTIQ communities.

S2: E3 Loneliness

Loneliness and its impact on mental health and wellbeing.

S2: E4 Men's Mental Health

What makes it difficult for men to look after their mental health?

S2 E6:Mental Health Champions

Shining a light on some outstanding mental health champions.

S3 E1: Carer's Mental Health

What happens when carers need to be cared for?

S3 E2: First Responder Wellbeing

Floods, fires, accidents, tragedy- first responders see a lot.

S3 E3: Low Prevalence Mental Illnesses

What support and treatment is available for people in rural areas?

S3 E4: Alcohol and Other Drugs

Substance abuse, mental ill-health and the treatment options available.

S3 E5: Masculinity and Mental Health

The idea of masculinity and what it looks like in 2019.

S3 E6: Homelessness

Homelessness and the impact on mental health and wellbeing

Episode -Special: COVID-19 and your mental health

How do we look after our mental health during a global pandemic

S4 E3: The environment and your mental health

In this episode you'll hear about ‘Environmental Anxiety’. What is it and how can it impact our mental wellbeing

S4 E1: Recovery – What does it look like?

In this episode you’ll hear about what recovery looks like and how to look after yourself when you're going through it.

S4 E2: Perinatal Anxiety and Depression

In this episode you’ll hear about what perinatal anxiety and depression looks like and where to get help

S4 E4: Spotlight - Helping the Helpers

In this episode you'll find out why community participation is crucial for healthy communities and what you can do to combat compassion fatigue

 

RESOURCES TO TRACK HOW ARE YOU GOING?

Poster: How Are You Going? poster (637 KB)    Printable Version: How Are You Going_Printable Version (561 KB)
Organisations wishing to adapt this resource to suit their specific stakeholders should contact us on crrmh@newcastle.edu.au for more information.

                      

Poster How are you going? poster for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (7 MB)
“Circles of Connection” artwork by Wiradjuri woman, Trudy Sloane
 

LEAFLET: ‘Start a Sconversation’- CWA scone recipe card and How Are You Going poster collaboration with CWA Association of NSW from CWA Awareness Week 2019
Start a sconversation CWA of NSW leaflet

RESOURCES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Infographic: How Are You Going? Infographic (Youth resource) (1 MB)

 

Quick Quiz – Find out how you’re really doing in less than 5 minutes

 

LETS TALK FACT SHEETS

RESPECTFULLY ENGAGING WITH RURAL COMMUNITIES INFORMATION SHEET

Respectfully engaging with rural communities (366 KB)

 

ACT BELONG COMMIT FACT SHEETS

ACT BELONG COMMIT RESOURCES

RESOURCES FOR DISCUSSING SUICIDE

Conversations Matter - Resource for discussing suicide (946 KB)

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