Support Act develops and implements a range of life-saving mental health prevention, education and training programs. We also curate a wealth of evidence-based mental health resources, specifically for those who work in music.
Guide to Sexual Misconduct, Bullying and Discrimination
Support for those who have experienced sexual harm, harassment or systemic discrimination in Australian music.
Minimum Standards for a Mentally Healthy Music Industry
Protect, respond and promote the development of mentally healthy workplaces.
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.
Mental Health & Wellbeing Survey
Our first ever Mental Health and Wellbeing in Music and Live Performing Arts survey.
First Nations Mental Health
A series of dedicated First Nations mental health events and programs.
A series designed to educate people who work in the music industry how to improve their own mental wellbeing through good money management and better financial literacy.
Access All Areas
Training designed to educate members of the music workforce how to actively intervene when witness to sexual harassment, sexual assault and bullying.
Reconnect with creativity with our one-day intensive workshop for Aussie music workers.
Mental Health First Aid
Nationally accredited training for individuals and teams teaches people how to effectively recognise and respond to mental health issues.
South Australian programs
Mental health and wellbeing programs for the SA music industry.
Suicide Prevention Training
Prevention education program that teaches people how to recognise when someone is thinking about suicide and how to connect them with help and support.
Workplace Wellbeing Check-In
Group sessions for businesses to learn how to maintain positive mental health and wellbeing, and build a culture of support in the workplace.
If you are struggling with your mental health and need someone to talk to, please reach out and call our Wellbeing Helpline on 1800 959 500. It’s free, confidential and available 24/7.