Mental Health Awareness Month

mental health awareness month

Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month with Smart Robbie and OzSquad

Win training until the end of  Summer for FREE by donating to beyondblue for Mental Health Awareness Month.

With all non-member donations you can also train for FREE at any OzSquad evening session in October.

The Details:

Smart Robbie is teaming up with OzSquad, Manly’s most social bootcamp, to raise awareness for Mental Health Awareness Month during the month of October.

Connecting with others is important for our health and survival. Research tells us that feeling connected, valued and loved by others gives us a sense of security, support, purpose and happiness. We also all know the importance of exercise to help feel happy, energised, ready to tackle the day ahead and improve overall mental health.

To help encourage people to connect with others whilst keeping active, with every donation to beyondblue, you will have a chance to WIN 4 months of unlimited training with OzSquad for FREE. Also with all non-member donations, we are opening our ‘doors’ to non-members to train for free at any OzSquad evening sessions in October.

To train with us during October, please donate do our everydayhero beyondblue account. To donate use the ‘Give Now’ button and register your details here on our website.

Please also spread the word by sharing this page with your friends and family – if you would like to donate and not participate in the evening bootcamps, that is also allowed! Thank you in advance for your generosity, it means a lot.

All money raised will be going to beyondblue.

proudly supporting beyondblue

More about beyondblue:
In Australia, it’s estimated that 45 per cent of people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. In any one year, around 1 million Australian adults have depression, and over 2 million have anxiety. beyondblue hopes to provide everyone, young and old, with information to recognise how depression, anxiety and suicide can affect people, and simple strategies to understand what to do if it happens to them, or someone close to them.

For more information about beyondblue please visit their website:


Help In a Crisis

If you’re worried about someone and feel urgent professional support is needed, contact your local doctor or the agencies below.


13 11 14 – Call 24/7 for crisis support

Suicide Call Back Service

1300 659 467 – People at risk of suicide, carers and bereaved

Kids Help Line

1800 55 1800 – Counselling for young people, 5–25 years

Grief Line

1300 845 745 – Counselling service for people suffering grief.


1300 22 4636 – Anxiety, depression and suicide prevention

For more contact information for different organisations please visit R U OK Find Help –


Join us today to help raise awareness for Mental Health.  All donations raised during Mental Health Awareness Month will be donated to beyondblue.


If you would simply like to donate, you can donate to beyondblue here:


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