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Understanding schizophrenia

People with schizophrenia are among the most highly stigmatised and socially marginalised people in our community. For Schizophrenia Awareness Week we’re working to reduce the stigma by answering some common questions and busting myths.

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Netflix series ‘13 Reasons Why’ season two returns with help-seeking information

The popular and controversial Netflix series ‘13 Reasons Why’ returns to our screens in May. Mental health advocates have been working behind the scenes to make sure that viewers have access to help-seeking information and support services.

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Budget 2018: Mental health focus on suicide prevention and research

On the Line welcomes the mental health investment announced in the 2018 Federal Budget. With one in five Australians experiencing a mental health disorder each year, mental health is a priority for our communities. Here are some of the highlights from this investment in mental health, focusing on suicide prevention and research.

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Victorian Budget: Record investment in mental health services

On the Line welcomes the news that the Victorian Government has announced a record investment for mental health support in the Victorian Budget 2018/19. Overall, $705 million will be invested in the mental health sector. View some of the project highlights.

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