The Tasmanian Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Communications Charter
The Mental Health Council of Tasmania is partnering with Everymind (formally Hunter Institute of Mental Health) to conduct a 3-year project to develop and implement a Tasmanian Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Communication Charter.
‘Strengthening Tasmanian communities to talk safely about mental health and suicide prevention.’
What is the purpose of the Communications Charter?
The Communications Charter will set out communication principles and high-level key messages to support safe talk relating to mental health, mental illness and suicide prevention. It will provide a practical guide for Tasmanian individuals and organisations working in this space around strategic communications and community awareness activities undertaken by signatories.
What will the 3-year Tasmanian Communications Charter project involve?
1. Development of Tasmanian Communications Charter
2. Implementation of the Tasmanian Communications Charter
3. Creating an effective Community Capacity Building Network
How do I get involved or find out what this means for me or my organisation?
Contact the Project Officer, Jacinta, directly via email@example.com or 0420 977 841. Jacinta will be happy to provide further detail about the project and how to get involved. To learn more about the National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Communications Charter, please visit: