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Nov 25, 2020 • 16m 16s

How the government makes your mental health worse

A landmark report has quantified the economic and social cost of Australia’s mental health crisis. Today, Rick Morton on how the government’s social policies are causing harm to our most vulnerable communities.

Mar 30, 2020 • 16m 45s

How to survive the shutdown

As more of Australia goes into coronavirus isolation, advice is being offered on how to manage mental health during a viral pandemic that forces us to separate. We speak to a Melbourne family who have been in isolation for almost 80 days.

Feb 18, 2020 • 13m 15s

Plants, mental health and an unrecognised humanitarian crisis

Asylum seekers who have been cut off from government support are finding solace in an unexpected place: their own community garden.

Dec 10, 2019 • 16m 11s

The man who didn’t kill Colin Winchester (part two)

Following his wrongful conviction for the murder of Canberra’s top police officer, David Eastman sought compensation. But bigger questions remain, about mental health and the law.

Nov 13, 2019 • 15m02s

Sums in a notepad: mental health and work

The federal government spends twice as much on income support for people affected by mental illness as it does on treatment. Rick Morton on living inside these figures – and the “arithmetic of existence”.

Sep 9, 2019 • 15m31s

The revolving door

Inside the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System, a place that is dysfunctional, inflexible and underfunded.

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