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WellMob brings together online resources made by and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. WellMob includes websites, apps, podcasts, videos, helplines, social media and online programs all with a focus on social and emotional wellbeing. WellMob is suitable all frontline health and wellbeing workers, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous.

Vision and mission

WellMob aims to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers and communities with a safe, online place to access digital wellbeing resources that are culturally relevant.

How WellMob can help

WellMob includes online resource to support mental health, connecting with culture, keeping safe, looking after the body, healing, relationships, parenting and more.

Programs and apps and tools

Resource Sheets For Workers: short-cuts designed to assist practitioners and the wellbeing workforce to quickly source the best digital tools regarding common wellbeing issues on WellMob.

Contact WellMob by filling out this online form to recommend digital resources that are relevant to the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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Last reviewed: July 2023

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Grog - WellMob

Drinking too much grog can make us sick and lead to bad decisions that often bring shame. To look after our wellbeing we may need support to deal with alcohol addiction.

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Jumbled Thoughts and Psychosis - WellMob

Drug abuse, serious mental illness or high stress can cause psychosis or jumbled thoughts. This may include where a person might hear voices or see things that others can’t. It is important to talk with elders and go to the doctor or hospital if you have hearing, seeing or thinking strange things.

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Suicide and Self-harm - WellMob

Our ancestors lived without the trauma of suicide. It is so important to reach out and get help if we are thinking about hurting ourselves. There are people and organisations to help us get through the tough times.

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Bullying - WellMob

Bullying can happen in all kinds of ways, including online. Through music and sharing real-life stories, these resources can help our younger mob recognise and respond to bullying.

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Sexual Abuse - WellMob

It can be hard to talk about sexual abuse. Help is there if you have or know someone who has suffered sexual assault. Hear from people who have survived sexual abuse and find out where to get support.

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Racism - WellMob

Racism damages our mental health and social and emotional wellbeing. We need to stay strong and find support if we experience discrimination, prejudice or racist behavior.

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Sleep - WellMob

Our bodies and brains need a good night sleep to repair, grow and give us energy for a new day. There are lots of things we can do to make sure we get enough sleep to feel deadly!

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Grief and Loss - WellMob

Our mob have experienced severe grief and loss since colonisation: loss of country, culture and family. When one of our loved ones die, our ‘sorry business’ is an important part of our mourning and healing from loss.

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Worries - WellMob

We can all worry about something or somebody, but it is important to get help if we become swamped with too much worry, stress or anxiety.

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Traditional Healing - WellMob

Our ways of traditional healing are as ancient as our people and are deeply connected to our culture and identity. It’s not just about bush medicine, but also includes traditional customs of spiritual healing to keep our mob well.

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