Attention all Western Australian clubs!

Thanks to the support of the Australian Government Department of Health, our program is fully funded for the first 100 clubs to apply each year, for the next three years!

These spots will fill quickly, so express your interest now to not miss out.

Sporting clubs
Since 2015, OTLR has been delivering a mental health education and welfare support program for community sporting clubs across Australia, in all sporting codes.

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PARTICIPATING CLUBS

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Our program has been developed in partnership with mental health and youth service experts and is delivered by both trained program facilitators and registered mental health professionals.


How it works:

When you sign up to our program, we make a one year commitment to your club.

To launch the program, we’ll come to your club to deliver our first education session, ‘Mental Health’.

Later, we’ll return to your club to deliver a second session of your choice:

– Cyberbullying
– Drugs and Alcohol
– Gambling
– Inclusion and Respect
– Leadership and Culture

 

 

We will also provide your club with 12 months direct access to our welfare team for free consultation advice and referrals. This also includes access to our free app, which gives your players and their families 24/7 access to a multitude of services, such as critical response teams, therapists and national hotlines. Our app also helps us to identify individuals at risk, so we can provide proactive and tailored support.

EXPRESS INTEREST

Attention all Western Australian schools!

Thanks to the support of the Australian Government Department of Health, our program is fully funded for the first 50 schools to apply each year, for the next three years!

These spots will fill quickly, so express your interest now to not miss out.

Schools

In 2018, we launched a new mental health education and welfare support program for secondary schools. Since then we have supported over 28 schools across Australia.

Like OTLR for sporting clubs, our school program has been developed in partnership with mental health and youth service experts and is delivered by both trained program facilitators and registered mental health professionals.
How it works:

When you sign up to our program, we make a one year commitment to your school.

To launch the program, we’ll come to your school to deliver our first education session, ‘Youth Mental Health’. 

Later, we’ll return to your school to deliver a second session, ‘Cyberbullying’.

We will also provide your school with 12 months direct access to our welfare team for free consultation advice and referrals. This also includes access to our free app (for students aged 13+), which gives your players and their families 24/7 access to a multitude of services, such as critical response teams, therapists and national hotlines. Our app also helps us to identify individuals at risk, so we can provide proactive and tailored support.

In 2019 we launched an employee wellbeing program for Energy Australia, with a customised approach to mental health education and welfare support for their staff. This year we've also piloted a program with Finnis.

We are currently finalising our workplace program offering for 2021. It will include both online and/or face-to-face delivery options. Please get in touch if you're interested.