The Centre:
· brings mental health and wellbeing programs and ground-breaking solutions to rural and remote Australia’s three major population sectors - the mining and resources sector, the agricultural sector and Indigenous Australia.
· believes that Australians who live and work in rural and remote regions are not recognised, understood or valued as they should be, especially in the context of the disproportionate contribution made by them to Australia’s economic prosperity.
· understands that mental health and wellbeing underpin the very fabric of rural and remote Australia: that is, unless people have “clear heads”, their very real challenges appear insurmountable.

 

 

Media

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Interviews

Experts on remote mental health turn attention to mining

John Schumann ABC Interview

Mining Australia Article on FIFO women mentally stronger

Mining Australia Article on Healthy Mining Minds

 

Kalgoorlie Miner Article on Minds in Mines

 

 

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The ACRRMH is a not-for-profit organisation with charitable status that delivers prevention programs and early interventions to improve the mental health of everyone living and working in rural and remote Australia.

The ACRRMH appreciates the generous donations of all those who contribute to our work.

Videos

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Click the link to go the the video of the Roadshows which took place in Queensland in February 2012

 

 

Click the link to view videos relating to our Deadly Thinking program

 

 

 

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