OzHelp’s Year in Review
On Friday 16 October, the OzHelp Foundation hosted its Annual General Meeting followed by a short function.
The event was attended by members and supporters of the Foundation, which included representatives from the ACT Government, Mental Health Australia, Work Safe ACT, Master Builders Association ACT and other local industry associations.
Ms Christine Morgan, the Prime Minister’s National Suicide Prevention Adviser and CEO of the National Mental Health Commission, delivered a keynote address followed by a presentation from OzHelp’s CEO, Mr Darren Black.
The event concluded with a farewell to the outgoing Board Chair, Mr Hugh Chalmers.
Reach and Impact
Over 40,000 individuals
connected with OzHelp’s
tools and awareness campaigns.
OzHelp introduced 3 new
programs in response to the
bushfire crisis and COVID-19
engaging with over 30 workplaces
and 900 new participants.
The number of participants accessing
the online health check the Workplace Tune Up increased by 25%
during bushfire crisis and COVID-19 pandemic.