Ending Loneliness

The Australian Coalition to End Loneliness is a collaboration of organisations and community groups working together to build an evidence-based approach to ending loneliness in Australia.

Ending Loneliness

The Australian Coalition to End Loneliness is a collaboration of organisations and community groups working together to build an evidence-based approach to ending loneliness in Australia.

Ending Loneliness

The Australian Coalition to End Loneliness is a collaboration of organisations and community groups working together to build an evidence-based approach to ending loneliness in Australia.

Ending Loneliness

The Australian Coalition to End Loneliness is a collaboration of organisations and community groups working together to build an evidence-based approach to ending loneliness in Australia.

Special General Meeting

ACEL is pleased to announce that we are now at a stage where we can move from an unincorporated organisation to an incorporated association. We intend to do this at a special general meeting of members and others with an interest in reducing the incidence of loneliness. Please come along on 14th November and participate in the birth of this exciting new initiative. If interested, please click this link.

Mission Australia, Connections Program – Reducing Loneliness in Far West NSW

Broken Hill
Outstanding Achievement in Mental Health Promotion Award

The Connections Program is an out-of-hours social connection program wholly staffed by Peer Support Workers with a lived experience of mental ill health. Access to out-of-hours services is a particular issue in the Broken Hill community, creating a reliance on emergency and crisis services. In order to address this issue, Mission Australia and the far West Local Health District, in partnership with consumers and family and carer groups, co-designed the Connections program to provide people with a bridge between inpatient services and the community.

Let's End Loneliness

With a focus on both loneliness and physical social isolation, Let’s End Loneliness is expected to be involved in advocacy for improved social access, as well as supporting services and agencies to be effective in recognizing and addressing loneliness in our elders.

Evidence-based Initiatives

Our Scientific Advisory Committee is comprised of leading researchers with an interest in loneliness, from Australia and abroad. Initially they have generously volunteered their time and expertise in support of this collaborative initiative.

Information on loneliness?

If you are interested in research and information about loneliness, please follow this link.

Resources

We have provided a library of online resources.

Contact

If you want to learn more about the Australian Coalition to End Loneliness, please get in touch with us now

Database

We are collecting information on services around Australia who are focused on reducing loneliness. If this sounds like you, please fill out this form.

 

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