The Tasmanian Communications Charter
Join the Mental Health Council of Tasmania along with Relationships Australia – Tasmania, headspace and Lifeline Tasmania in speaking together for mental health and suicide prevention.
The Tasmanian Communications Charter: A State-based approach to mental health and suicide prevention brings the community sector together with government and people with lived experience to promote a common language around mental health, mental illness and suicide in Tasmania – so that together we can work to reduce stigma and promote help-seeking behaviour.
Learn more about how you can sign the Charter as an individual or as an organisation at www.tascharter.org
Tasmania is the first state to adopt the new National Communications Charter developed in partnership with Everymind and supported by the Tasmanian Government . The development and implementation of the Tasmanian Communications Charter forms part of the Tasmanian Suicide Prevention Strategy 2016-2020.
For questions regarding the Tasmanian Communications Charter project, please contact MHCT Project Officer, Bree Klerck
p. 03 6224 9222