About Love Me Love You

100% of Australians know someone effected by Mental Illness raise awareness and break down the stigma by creating your own event.... It could be a walk, a ride, a run, a skip, a morning tea or even a bake sale! Whatever you choose to do will help Love Me Love You on its mission and that is to Help Young Australians "Get Back to School, Back to Sport, Back to Life!"

Through community and schools based empowerment programs, LMLY provides support and strategies to young Australian’s and carers in the fight against the silent killer that is Mental Illness. With a big emphasis on developing a supportive environment, realising that it doesn’t matter who you are, what you do or where you come from Mental Illness does not discriminate.

We strive to limit the incidence and spread of youth mental health and substance abuse issues. The LMLY empowerment programs cover values and strategies so that young Australians and their networks can develop community environments that break down the stigma associated with Mental Illness. Through acceptance and acknowledgement to seek help and strive to their potential, LMLY deliver programs enforcing the power from within so that no one person has to play the role of the victim.

Empowering Young Australians to get ‘Back to School, Back to Sport and Back to Life’
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Why not consider supporting us through one of the following ideas?

Dress Down Friday
Morning Tea
Uniform Free Day
Run the Oval Challenge
BBQ
Do your won thing!
Celebration – wedding, birthday, anniversary


 

Love Me Love You

Love Me Love You is a foundation committed to the prevention, intervention and control of youth mental health disorders and substance abuse. Through awareness, education and management programs Love Me Love You aims to empower youths to build a culture and community around them, which helps them strive to reach their potential in life.
Love Me Love You is based on the lived experience of founder Lance Picioane, who has also relied on the strength and support of family, friends and colleagues to beat the silent killer that is Mental Illness.
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