Rec­om­mend­ed Exter­nal Links

At CRANAplus we have close ties with many oth­er organ­i­sa­tions who offer exper­tise in the area of support.

Beyond Blue
A nation­al, inde­pen­dent, not-for-prof­it organ­i­sa­tion work­ing to address depres­sion, anx­i­ety and relat­ed dis­or­ders in Australia. 

Beyond Blue Depres­sion Monitor

Inpa­tient­Dru­gRe­hab
Dr Keenan’s guide to deal­ing with depres­sion before/​during/​after addic­tion rehab.

Aus­tralian Human Rights Com­mis­sion
Racism. It stops with me.

Open­ground
Open­ground offers train­ing in Mind­ful­ness Based Stress Reduction 

NSW Rur­al Doc­tors Net­work
NSW Rur­al Doc­tors Net­work (RDN) pro­vides sup­port for a con­tin­u­ing and high qual­i­ty rur­al health work­force in New South Wales, Australia. 

Blue­Board
An online sup­port group for depres­sion, bipo­lar dis­or­der and anx­i­ety dis­or­der (for con­sumers and carers). 

BluePages
Evi­dence – based infor­ma­tion about depres­sion, includ­ing symp­toms, diag­no­sis and treatments.

MoodGYM
Online Cog­ni­tive Behav­ior Ther­a­py train­ing pro­gram for depres­sion. Includes relax­ation down­loads and tools for deal­ing with rela­tion­ship breakups. 

Pri­ma­ry Health Care Networks

Emo­tion­al Well-being Phone Apps

A col­lec­tion of Well­be­ing Phone Apps that are freely available.

Probono Aus­tralia

An Aus­tralian team from Monash Uni­ver­si­ty has devel­oped a new smart­phone app to track users’ moods over time and sup­port their men­tal health and wellbeing.

Rea­chOut

Australia’s lead­ing online men­tal health organ­i­sa­tion for young peo­ple and their par­ents. Our prac­ti­cal sup­port, tools and tips help young peo­ple get through any­thing from every­day issues to tough times – and the infor­ma­tion we offer par­ents makes it eas­i­er for them to help their teenagers, too.

Study Finds That Knit­ting, Cro­chet­ing and Jam-mak­ing Improve Men­tal Health

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