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31 Aug. 2020

Mental health support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people: Key Stakeholders survey

headspace National is inviting headspace Consortium partners and members of the sector to complete a short survey, to help us better understand how headspace can better embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural practices and safety into its model. The aim of the project is to help drive better access and engagement for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and strengthen cultural safety and appropriateness of headspace services. 

This project is being delivered by Indigenous social change agency Cox Inall Ridgeway, in partnership with headspace.

The survey is open to all consortium members across the headspace network as well as the broader sector who work with young people.

We want to learn more about your experiences working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and your insights on the key barriers and enablers in engaging with mental health and other health supports.

The information you provide in the survey will help us to get a better idea of how our communities are currently engaging with headspace, what that experience is like and what could make it a more meaningful and safe experience..
Participation in the survey is completely voluntary and the information you provide will be used anonymously in any reporting. 
The research team working on this project is Aboriginal led and working under strong cultural principles.
If you have any queries about the survey or the broader project, please feel free to contact contact Tiernan Campbell O’Brien at or 0409 411 144