About Us

I Am Worthmore is a registered Australian charity with the purpose of creating a mentally healthy community. We do this through in-person lived-experience facilitated sessions. The mission is simple- break down stigma, encourage conversation and educate on effective strategies to manage and improve mental health.

Through I Am Worthmores Lived Experience Mental Health Education & Awareness programs delivered in workplaces, sporting clubs, schools and communities all over Australia we are normalising the conversation of mental health. A lived experienced facilitator will openly share their story to help break down barriers, instead of being told what to do, I Am Worthmore show what has worked to manage and improve mental health.

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Our Mission

To create a culture of consciously aware Australians who are compassionate, empathetic and mentally healthy. In order to create a mentally healthy Australia, first we need to break down the stigma associated with mental health.

We can start doing that by sharing stories & experiences, educating Australians on strategies we can implement to manage and improve our mental health. We are an Australian charity organisation designed to help improve the understanding, education and awareness of mental health.

Luke McLean

Founder & Speaker

Zac Mills

Education Director

Our Ambassadors

Trent Dumont

North Melbourne Football Club
Trent Dumont is an Australian rules footballer who plays for North Melbourne Football Club in the AFL. He has joined I Am Worthmore in an ambassador role as he believes it’s important that the conversation around mental health is normalised.
 
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World's Largest Mental Health Lesson
(Guiness World Record Attempt)
  • 10 September 2019
  • Priceline Staduium, Netball SA
  • 9:30am-12:00pm

Join us on World Suicide Prevention Day (Tuesday September 10th) from 930am at Priceline Stadium for an attempt at the Guinness World Record for the “Largest Mental Health Lesson”