Through a range of evidence-informed programs, OzHelp works in partnership with employers and communities, to help individuals build awareness of risk and protective factors for mental health and suicide, adopt self-management strategies and seek help if required.
Our approach also builds the capacity of individuals to notice the signs of distress in others, offer support and connect them to help.
Discover our range of programs and services that can help your team build resilience, increase productivity and seek help before there is a crisis.
We can provide you with counselling and support, whether work related or personal, to help you feel your best mentally and physically.
OzHelp receives funding to support hard to reach workers in high risk industries.
Tradies National Health Month 2021
August is Tradies National Health Month, and the OzHelp Foundation is encouraging tradies to focus not only on their physical ...
Duty of Care in the Workplace
Over the last decade, we have seen duty of care responsibilities in the workplace dramatically evolve. Today duty of care ...
Six steps to help boost mental wellbeing in the workplace
With ongoing restrictions and changes to working conditions due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, it has never been more important ...
Tackling male suicide remains a national priority
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today released the 2020 Cause of Death data. 3,139 Australians died by suicide in 2020, a decrease ...
Health in Gear project report released
The OzHelp Foundation (OzHelp) has released its phase one report on the rollout of Health in Gear, a health and ...
OzHelp’s ‘Health in Gear’ project endorsed to improve driver health and safety
The OzHelp Foundation’s (OzHelp) Health in Gear project will receive key funding through the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator’s (...
OzHelp and Master Builders ACT partner to provide extra health and wellbeing support as COVID lockdowns impact members
COVID-19 lockdowns have shut down the ACT building and construction industry prompting Master Builders ACT (MBA) and OzHelp to partner ...