Browse artwork from the Caring Together Art Journal Project to locate stories by mental health carers, consumers and practitioners.
NEXUS Dual Diagnosis Service in Melbourne share a list of questions mental health carers can ask about treatment or discharge from a hospital or service
Starting a conversation between mental health carers, consumers and practitioners by sharing art, stories, coping strategies, psycho-education and research.
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A rainbow of vibrant inks, watercolour, collage, inspirational words and a kombi van come together to show how recovery from illness or injury might look.
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Site index – browse mental health carer stories & resources in the Caring Together Art Journal Project by images of artwork. Every picture has a story.
Links to all the videos on the Caring Together Art Journal Project.
Mental health carers, consumers and practitioners are invited to share their own stories to help others as part of the Caring Together Art Journal Project.
Video preview of mental health carers telling their stories as part of the Intangible Storytelling Project – from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales.
What does a thank you mean to you? Does it make a difference to services? Why write a thank you letter? Share yours here!
Case study written by Margaret Leggatt about the need to communicate and include mental health carers as partners in care.
Links to resources explaining the concept of recovery from mental illness. What is the difference between clinical recovery and personal recovery?
Presentations by Helen Wilding, the founder & curator of the Caring Together Project, sharing viewpoints of mental health carers and promoting partnership
Many mental health carers don’t have access to information about mental illness. This provides links to reputable and family friendly resources as a starting point.
How you can support the Caring Together Art Journal Project – a cost recovery social enterprise promoting mental health carers as partners in recovery
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