Anniversary of the National Apology – the impact to generations now
Have we come far enough since the nation stopped to recognise a formal apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples?
'Collaborating for Impact' Life Without Barriers 2022–23 Annual Report
We supported 23,740 people across Australia with a community of over 13,119 staff and foster and kinship carers!
Did you know these famous Aussies are neurodivergent?
It’s time to shake off stereotypes and reject harmful representations of neurodivergent people.
How to deliver an Acknowledgement of Country
Learn how you can acknowledge and pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners and ...
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Innovative alcohol and other drug supports helped turn Adele's li...
"The support you gave has helped me to live again.”
Navigating mental health through art
Artists with lived experience shed light on the complexities of mental health at the 2023 mindshare Exhibition...
The Referendum has created additional cultural load
Mental health and well-being in the lead-up to the Voice to Parliament.
Changing lives with Next Steps assertive outreach program
The program has recorded great results in changing the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.
Connecting through creativity: Sarah’s recovery journey
With a bit of help from her support team, Sarah reconnects with her passions and shares her art.
Supporting Kenny to live the life he wants
Kenny wished to experience more connectedness and purpose.
Kristy is nominated for the 2022 Lived Experience Worker Award!
Kristy Lehmann, Community Peer Worker at Life Without Barriers, is a nominee for the 2022 Lived Experience Wor...
Mental Health Awareness Month in SA with mindshare
The Living Arts team are living up to their name!
How we're supporting people in our Mental Health Services during ...
This page provides information for people in our Mental Health services, and their family members, about how w...
Life Without Barriers and Thread Together are making a difference...
One third of new clothing goes from factory to landfill, whilst one in eight adults and one in six children do...
How Life Without Barriers’ Mental health home helped Vee fly
How wonderful it is to have a safety net when it comes to Mental Health and Homelessness.
Jane finds confidence in Tasmania’s #synergy program
Through #synergy, our 12-month youth mental health program in Tasmania, Jane has kicked many goals and is exci...
WA Mental Health Week Beach Clean
Destiny Swann, Team Leader in Mental Health, shares her thoughts on the day.
Positive mental health is key to children’s wellbeing
Good mental health is the key to positive development of the overall wellbeing of a child.
WA Mental Health Week T-Shirt Design Contest Winner
Strengthening Our Community – Live, Learn, Work, Play.
This World Mental Health Week “Look after your mental health, Aus...
Mental Health Week aims to activate, educate and engage Australians around mental health and related issues th...
Mental Health Week Virtual Art Exhibition Entries
“I feel inspired by the depth of the stories demonstrated in the art that has been exhibited. To be able to e...
Mental Health Week Virtual Art Exhibition in WA
Life Without Barriers will be creating a 'Virtual Art Exhibition' to showcase the amazing creations throughout...
Breaking down stigmas in Mental Health Week
We are celebrating Mental Health Week, a national event that aims to improve understanding of mental health, r...
New mental health services meets young people's needs
#synergy is a unique program run by our mental health team in Southern Tasmania.
Braydon back home and in school with support from MST
With support from our multisystemic therapy clinician, Braydon and his parents saw huge changes in his life.
My Pathway, My Future
You are invited to the launch of our exciting new resource, ‘My Pathway, My Future’.
#YouthChoices MST QLD Program Launch
On the 31st October the innovative #YouthChoices MST Program was launched in Springwood (QLD). The program is ...