Partners & Donors

Partnerships and collaborations are an integral part of the way we work at OzHelp.
Our partners ensure that working age men and women, through their workplaces, can access the information, resources and support to grow the skills needed to actively manage their own health and wellbeing.

Government Partners

The Australian Government Department of Health is the Principal Funding Partner of OzHelp. The Australian Department of Health is funding OzHelp to deliver evidence-based workplace physical and mental health programs in priority communities and industries nationally to prevent suicide in working age men and women.

The ACT Department of Health has partnered with OzHelp to deliver a range of mental health support programs to men primarily in blue-collar industries in the ACT. This includes delivery of the OzHelp Tradies Tune Up Program and the provision of counselling and support.

The Northern Territory Department of Health provides subsidised funding to OzHelp for the provision of a Mental Health Nurse to provide additional support to working age men in the Northern Territory that currently accessing OzHelp’s suite of workplace mental health training programs as part of our on-going partnership with the Australian Government.

ACT Government Health
NT Government
Healthier Work

Research Partners

OzHelp is committed to evidence based program/service development and robust evaluation of our work. We work closely with research partners on discrete and longer term projects.

University of Wollongong

Corporate Partners & Supporters

OzHelp partners with corporate organisations that have an active interest and commitment to employee physical and mental health, wellbeing and suicide prevention.

We also partner with corporate organisations on specific projects or events such as the annual National Wellness Symposium, or organisations that can bring distribution networks that significantly extend the reach of our work in priority settings or population groups nationally.

Master Builders ACT
Work Safe ACT