The News


Introducing our 2024 Equally Well Forum event correspondent

In 2024 Dr Justin Chapman who brings his research and lived experience perspectives, will be joining us as our event correspondent. With the good humour and expert knowledge of the field, Justin will be sharing stories in blog and video posts from the event on our Equally Well website newsletters and in our socials, showcasing groups and individuals who are out there doing great work to support our collective mission.

David’s 5 Step program to being Equally Well

Equally Well Ambassador David Everitt is taking the Equally Well mission out to his veteran’s community and changing lives. David Everitt didn’t realise it at the time, but a mental breakdown in his 50’s, the result of delayed PTSD from his time serving in the Vietnam War, would become the thing that actually saved his life.

Equally Well shares in over $5 million for research to improve physical health of people living with mental illness

Three research teams will share in over $5.1 million in targeted funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to investigate ways to improve the physical health of people with mental illness. The NHMRC grants will support three new initiatives that further enhance the impact of Equally Well in the collective mission of our supporters and partners to reduce the life expectancy gap for people living with mental illness.