ActsIntuitively Australia is a charitable non for profit / non government organisation launched in 2019 that was created with a strong focus on mental health and community needs. Our company strives to be caring, innovative and transparent with a focus on delivering non discriminatory evidence based services that are more individual oriented.
Our message to you is that no matter who you are everyone needs help sometimes and there is nothing wrong with that, but we are here to tell you we care.
Our services are oriented around understanding that everyone is an individual, exceptions exist and we tailor our services to suit.
We focus on barriers to services and look at ways to bridge accessibility as we recognise that access is the greatest barrier to people seeking or getting the help they need.
We are ActsIntuitively Australia Limited (AIAus) and we are here to help.
We are currently applying for registration for tax exemption as charitable organisation (DGN registration) with our status still pending.
We acknowledge that people who reside in rural and regional areas often experience challenges in accessing appropriate mental health and community services.
Accessibility is one of the key indicators in measuring the effectiveness of services and is a factor in reducing the severity of mental health and community issues.
West Australian South West and Great Southern regions are located closer to the Capital City, Perth, yet accessibility remains a key issue in these regions.
It has become a greater expectation that technology will help bridge the gap with this issue but has not demonstrated a significant reduction in key issue areas.
ActsIntuitively Australia recognises this gap and has structured programs to tackle this accessibility and deliver programs in a sustainable manner.
Tackling mental health and community issues is not a simple task as is evident by the billions of dollars invested to deal with selected social concerns.
ActsIntuitively Australia acknowledges this and as such considers issues as requiring preventative, proactive and reactive responses.
Prevention is a key factor in helping to reduce the growth of an issue by targeting drivers and contributing factors and generally requires community involvement.
Proactive programs seek to identify people or services which can engage with individuals who are experiencing non crisis issues and support them early.
Reactive programs seek to intervene and address issues that involve people or community at a crisis point which generally address the most severe scenarios.
This combined approach creates an environment for sustainable solutions and deals with the issue spectrum rather than responding just to the metaphorical fire.
ActsIntuitively Australia has created a range of programs which we hope to fund in the mental health and community services arena.
We anticipate that some of these programs will need to be funded from a range of sources and may need to be split up depending on the issue complexity.
The program topics we hope to deliver include:
- Non-Suicidal Self Injury (NSSI) aka Self Harm
- Domestic Abuse and Violence inclusive of Sexual Violence
- Bullying and Harassment including in Education, Workplaces and Community
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Anxiety and Depression inclusive of Post Natal (PND) and Post Partum Depression (PPD)
- Cultural Discrimination, Oppression, Awareness and Sensitivity
- Gender Discrimination, Oppression, Awareness and Sensitivity
- Youth Mental Health and Support
- Men Oriented Mental Health and Support
- Women Oriented Mental Health and Support
- Non Traditional Gender and Sexuality Oriented Mental Health and Support
Our programs will be structured to collect anonymous data with the intent of supporting research to improve service identification and delivery country wide.
We feel this is necessary in helping our community, clients, government and research institutions understand where help is needed and reduce reactive responses.
ActsIntuitively Australia is a charitable non for profit / non government organisation created with a strong focus on mental health and community needs.