Blog

Workplace Bullying

Workplace bullying is a risk to the health and safety of employees and may have long lasting effects on mental and physical health.

More
Mental Illness in the Workplace

Awareness and reduction in stigma around mental illness in the workplace are taking great steps forwards, thanks to advocacy programs and greater media coverage. However, knowing the best way to support a staff member who has a mental illness can be challenging if you’ve never encountered the situation before.

More
A Mentally Healthy Workplace

Around 45% of Australians between 16 and 85 years will experience a mental illness at some point in their life. Therefore, it is likely that as a manager or a business owner, you will supervise someone with a mental illness.

More
Mental Health Week

This Sunday is World Mental Health Day, an initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health. The theme this year is Do You See What I See?, which challenges perceptions about mental illness in Australia.

More
RU OK? Day

Today is RU OK? Day, a chance to start a conversation with a work colleague who may be struggling to cope.

More
Stigma Around Suicide

While attention and support for mental health and mental illness continue to grow, and positive steps are being taken, the stigma around suicide continues.

More
World Suicide Prevention Day: Take a minute, change a life

World Suicide Prevention Day is on 10 September and the theme this year is Take a Minute, Change a Life.

More
On the Line delivers Support Now service

On the Line is pleased to announce that we are delivering Support Now, a counselling service for people who have potentially been affected by per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances.

More
On The Line and North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network partnership

We are pleased to announce a new partnership with the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network.

More
New Board Appointments

On the Line is thrilled to welcome three new Directors to our Board: Paul Gladman, Sally Hasler and Sarah Richardson.

More