Why I Swim: Meg
We’re so excited for Splash the Stigma!
We’re asking young people, “Why do you swim?”
We caught up with the wonderful Lee, who is swimming in this year, to see what keeps him motivated.
batyr’s impact in 2020
2020 has been a challenging year for young people Australia-wide and that’s why batyr needed to step up and continue to make an impact.
Josh shares his mental health journey for the batyr Christmas Appeal
batyr has today launched its Christmas Appeal so we can continue deliver our educational mental health programs to young people like Josh.
Hope for young people living with mental ill-health with steps toward a ‘person-centred’ mental health system
The recommendations from the final report by the Productivity Commission into Mental Health, along with the National Suicide Prevention Adviser’s Interim Advice, are a major turning point for young Australians living with mental ill-health.
Blue Tie Ball 2020: Virtual Homecoming
An incredible $83,748 was raised at the first EVER Blue Tie Ball 2020: Virtual Homecoming and we want to say a huge, HUGE thanks to each and every one of you.
batyr calls on all Australians to play a part in suicide prevention
The latest ‘Causes of Death, Australia’ report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) revealed a 6% increase in the number of deaths by suicide over 2019 compared to 2018.
batyr partners with Brain and Mind Centre
The 2-year research project will evaluate the effectiveness of our [email protected] programs in drought-affected communities.
Good news for youth mental health in Budget 2020
Access to Medicare-funded psychology sessions will double from 10 to 20 sessions per year as part of the Federal Government’s 2020 Budget.