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The role of mindfulness in prevention and early intervention

Could wider adoption of mindfulness as a form of prevention and early intervention be a first step toward helping reduce Australia’s burden of disease?

By Kim O’Neill, CEO, On the Line

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Types of domestic and family violence

Family and domestic violence is a major social health and welfare issue globally. On average, police in Australia currently deal with 274 domestic violence matters a day. We often think of domestic violence as physical, but it can take many forms. Here we’ve identified some of the common types of abuse and warning signs.

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On the Line achieves ISO 9001:2015 certification

On the Line is delighted to announce that we have achieved certification for ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems. This accreditation further enhances On the Line’s reputation for providing quality services to the community, and provides an internationally recognised assurance to both current and future partners that our operations are world class.

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Opportunities for proactive approaches to mental health reform

On the Line recently submitted our response to the Productivity Commission into the Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health, which provides us all with a fantastic opportunity to change the way our society views mental health.

By Kim O’Neill, CEO, On the Line

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