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October 5, 2015

Mental Health Week – time to sharpen the focus on domestic violence

Welcome to Mental Health Week. From October 4 - 10, the aim is to shine a light on mental health. As we do so, we also need to expose the dark shadows of domestic violence that lurk hidden in the corners - the pointy, uncomfortable end of mental ill health. Domestic violence is currently big news. As the tragic tally of victims seems to gather momentum with its upward spiral, finally the public outcry is becoming a growing roar of dissent. Domestic violence has to stop. So how can we stop the violence?
September 10, 2014

World Suicide Prevention Day

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. The following facts were taken from the World Suicide Prevention Day website. Suicide is the leading cause of death for […]
August 11, 2014

Central Australian Men’s Shed Project gets green light

CASSE is thrilled to announce a joint research project with the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (CAAC) to develop and evaluate a model of best practice of […]

On Mon 27/7, a national meeting of the Council of Attorneys-General deferred making a decision on raising the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14 until 2021. CASSE offers an alternative to detention. Read more: casse.org.au/2020/07/30/rai… pic.twitter.com/o25L4MnAHc

Last week from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web App