We provide mental health and wellbeing support, including a 24/7 telephone support line and a range of mental health and wellbeing workshops, resources and education.
Read CRANAplus’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Service Charter for a comprehensive picture of the aims, activities and advocacy that define this division of our organisation.
The personal and professional demands experienced by those working in the remote health sector are significant and unique. In acknowledgment of this, CRANAplus provides mental health and wellbeing services to the rural and remote health workforce and their families. We offer a free, confidential 24/7 telephone support line, mental health and wellbeing workshops, education and resources. CRANAplus responds to emerging issues through representation and funded projects designed to address issues affecting the rural and remote workforce.
Our psychologists also regularly produce Mindful Monday, an email that goes straight to the inbox of thousands of remote nurses and remote and isolated health workers every Monday morning.
We welcome feedback on our Mental Health & Wellbeing Service, including Mindful Mondays, the Bush Support Line and our online resources. We would love to hear about your experiences through this brief online survey.