Mental Health Hub

Mental health looks different for everyone, so how you choose to manage yours will be unique too. It can be a learning process to find what's right for you and while we're learning and living life mental health can go up and down and up again. No matter who we are, we all need to feel connected to others and we all need to know there is someone there when we need them.

Regardless of whether we may have a lived experience of mental illness or not, it's important for us all to know about and maintain our mental health and wellbeing. We encourage you to  ‘Take time — for mental health’ and remember to keep doing those simple yet proven things everyone can do to boost mental wellbeing.

The Lifeline Darling Downs Mental Health Hub is designed to be useful and help you connect to relevant information. The information, tips, links and inspiring messages provided on this page will help to break down the stigma associated with mental illness and assist you to understand the importance of mental health in everyday life and connect you to professional help when needed.

Unleash the Beast

  • 3 Keys to Make Shift Happen

    This month’s episode of the Unleash the Beast podcast, entitled ‘Shift Happens’, features an insightful discussion with Dan and Ed from TradeMutt and Bella Reynolds as they discuss making progress, staying well and taking a positive approach to men's mental health. Read more

  • 6 Things You Need To Know About Mental Health

    The first episode for our second season of Unleash the Beast podcasts discusses why mental health conversations are so important and provide listeners with compassionate and practical approaches to understanding and managing stress, anxiety and mental health concerns. Read more

  • How We Can All Play A Part In Reducing Suicide

    Suicidal thoughts are complex however, we can all play a part in helping those struggling with their mental health. Certain actions can make a difference and our latest podcast explores how we can put a wide range of these actions in place to have a better chance of preventing suicides in our community and to counter the isolation so often felt. Read more

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