Promoting Local Mental Health Services On R U OK? Day

R U OK? Day

On September 14th, STEPS Casuarina gathered to spread awareness about mental health for R U OK? Day. The event kicked off with Student Support Officer Yeimi Salazar Villa being the MC for the event, and an Acknowledgement of Country by our terrific trainer and assessor Jeffrey Wild. We had an amazing guest speaker Kunzang Chophel, […]

Benefits to Asking our Colleagues R U OK?

The R U OK? initiative is a powerful call to action, designed to equip individuals with the motivation, confidence, and essential conversational skills necessary to reach out and engage in meaningful discussions with those facing life’s challenges. Josh Hansen, Business Manager at STEPS Maroochydore, a hub for coordinating various mental health services on the Sunshine […]

6 tips to improve mental health

Queensland mental health week 2020

Maintaining our mental health and wellbeing has been challenging in 2020, so taking the time to consider it is more important than ever. It’s Queensland Mental Health Week from 10 – 18 October and this year’s theme is take time for mental health. Let’s make our mental health a priority, here are six things we […]

Qld Mental Health Week: Take the Time for Mental Health

This is the week the State of Queensland shines a spotlight on mental health and wellbeing.  At STEPS, we see this week as an opportunity to take a closer look at individual and community mental health and to open up the conversation with the community we support, to ensure the services we provide are giving […]