SANE Australia supports people affected by complex mental health issues, their family and friends through their support service, research and advocacy. By bringing the conversations, awareness and support of those who have lived with this experience to the forefront, SANE Australia hopes to create a better Australia where people affected by complex mental health issues live long and fulfilling lives, free from stigma and discrimination.
SANE Australia is a national mental health charity making a real difference inthe lives of people affected by complex mental health issues through support, research and advocacy.
Promoting the awareness, knowledge and understanding about complex mental health issues begins with reaching out and creating partnerships and starting conversations with those who have lived with the experience and their community. For the month of October, and in light of Mental Health Day, we hope that we can encourage these conversations, with 10% of our Making Magic [Blue] sales being donated to SANE Australia.
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About SANE Australia
More than thirty years on from deinstitutionalisation, Australians affected by complex mental health issues still experience unacceptably high levels of stigma and discrimination.While there are increased services for young people, adult Australians face major barriers in getting affordable access to the quality clinical and psychosocial support services that can support their recovery and enable them to lead a better life.These barriers also have a direct impact on those who support a family member, friend or colleague with a complex mental health issue – emotionally, socially and financially.This is unacceptable and we are committed to changing this reality for the five million Australians affected by complex mental health issues. This includes people who are currently living with a complex mental health issues, have an experience of complex trauma or are experiencing high levels of psychological distress, and a further four million who are family, friends or carers.