Coronavirus (COVID-19) social and emotional wellbeing resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders – social content assets

Here you will find suggested social media content for the Keep Your Spirit Strong project. Please share this content with your networks to support the project and raise the awareness around social and emotional wellbeing and mental health support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

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Keep Your Spirit Strong – videos

Three video animations for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have been developed to support a new national social and emotional wellbeing and mental health awareness project Keep Your Spirit Strong.

Acknowledging impact of this and previous years – social tile

Suggested social media text:

It’s been hard for our mob. Your spirit may not be as strong. Your mob may need your help. Accept this year has been difficult and seek help if you need it.

Find out more at www.headtohealth.gov.au

#keepyourspiritstrong

Identifying causes of our feelings – social tile

Suggested social media text:

Sometimes it’s hard to identify why we might be feeling the way we are. It’s OK to reach out for  help.

Learn more about keeping spirit strong at www.headtohealth.gov.au

#keepyourspiritstrong

Encouraging others to share how they feel – GIF

Suggested social media text:

It is not easy to support others when they are struggling to keep their spirit strong. Checking in  and having a yarn can make a difference. Making sure everyone is okay makes your mob even stronger.

Find out more at www.headtohealth.gov.au

#keepyourspiritstrong

Identifying feelings – GIF

Suggested social media text:

Stressed? Worried? Sad? With so much going on around us, it’s sometimes hard to recognise how we’re feeling and how to explain it to someone. Keep your spirit strong by reflecting on your own emotions and sharing them with others.

Find out more at www.headtohealth.gov.au

#keepyourspiritstrong

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