In addition to the hero programming, your organisation will gain access to personalised and tailored support to guide you and your team through mentally healthy practices.



A customised newsletter delivered to your inbox every quarter with actionable takeaways from the corresponding hero training workshop, Q&As around mental health and wellbeing topics, resources including book and podcast recommendations, and an ‘In-the-spotlight’ feature of a music industry worker doing good stuff. 


Tune into a live 45 minute Zoom webinar over brunch, hosted by a music industry/mental health expert. Meet Mental Health Advocates across organisations and take part in online activities, interactive quizzes and role play to put your mentally healthy skills to the test.


Get your team together for a live in-person or online collaborative 60 minute group discussion session. Led by a trained mental health practitioner, this session will allow you to explore the unique challenges and strengths of your team and find out how the info from the hero-offering training workshops can be practically applied in your workplace.


As part of the program, you and your team will have open access to a range of additional resources including:

  • The Support Act Wellbeing Helpline – a free, confidential telephone counselling service available to anyone working in Australian music or the arts, delivered in partnership with AccessEAP, a leading not-for-profit Employee Assistance Program provider
  • This Way Up online tools – a range of evidence-based and effective online treatment programs for Australian music workers
  • Financial Literacy: On-Demand Digital Workshop (coming soon)
  • Yarning Strong – Mental health and wellbeing webinars and live events for First Nations music workers
  • Sound Minds – Meet-ups for the music community to create genuine connection, inspiration and a little music
  • Support Act Guide to Sexual Misconduct, Bullying and Discrimination: a checkpoint for individuals affected by sexual harm, harassment, bullying and discrimination in the course of their work in the music industry
  • Support Act Guide to Mental Health and Wellbeing: a regularly updated resource of evidence-based information, articles, videos, plus app and book recommendations, specifically curated for those who work in music