For Workplaces and Managers
Minimum Standards for a Mentally Healthy Music Industry
A set of guidelines we encourage all music organisations to adopt to support a mentally healthier, economically vibrant music industry.
Guide to Sexual Misconduct, Bullying and Discrimination
Support for those who have experienced sexual harm, harassment or systemic discrimination in Australian music.
Support Act Guide to Safer Workplaces in the Music Industry
A checkpoint for employers to help prevent sexual harm, harassment, bullying and discrimination including template policies as guides to support implementing new policies around safer workplaces.
For individuals and teams
The Support Act Wellbeing Helpline is staffed by professional counsellors who offer expertise in all areas related to mental health. It is free, confidential and open to anyone in music or the arts. Call 1800 959 500.
Mental Health Resources
A regularly updated resource of evidence-based information, articles, videos, plus app and book recommendations, specifically curated for those who work in music.
This Way Up
Range of evidence-based and effective online treatment programs that are designed to teach you proven psychological skills to transform your thoughts, feelings and behaviours so you can make positive changes in your life.
Our new free, online Money Moves program aims to provide you with easily digestible, money management and financial wellbeing 101 information.
We recognise and celebrates the incredible contribution made by crew to the Music Industry. We are proud to partner with CrewCare and the Australian Road Crew Association (ARCA) to ensure that all crew can access our services.
First Nations Support
Support Act seeks to provide a culturally safe experience for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, artist managers, crew and music workers. We employ a First Nations Social Worker and have established a dedicated support line for those seeking mental health and wellbeing support.
Mental health and wellbeing events for First Nations music workers.
Connect with the music community with warmth, honesty and humour.
Reconnect with creativity with our one-day intensive workshop for Aussie music workers.
Yarning Strong open access webinars explore mental health and wellbeing for First Nations people working in the music industry.
DISCLAIMER: First Nations viewers should be aware that this content may contain images, voices, and names of deceased persons.
A high impact, intimate and revealing video series that goes into the deeply personal mental health journeys of some of Australia’s biggest and emerging names in music, asking what it took to take control of their own mental wellbeing and what they do now to stay on track.
On My Mind
A series of online mental wellbeing workshops and panels for those who work in music. Hear from a number of awesome guests and explore topics ranging from anxiety, and depression, to perfectionism, motivation and creativity.