2019 NSW Corporate Games 11 - 13 October
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One Door Mental Health is the Official NSW Corporate Games Charity for 2019

One in five Australians experience a mental illness each year. Every day, at least 6 Australian die from suicide.

Mental illness is a term that is used to describe any condition that affects the way you think, feel or act. Mental illness also includes addiction to substances including alcohol and other illicit drugs.

When we talk about ‘severe and persistent’ mental illness we are talking about conditions that stop you from leading an ordinary life, this is also known as a psycho-social disability. It is often episodic making it challenging for those with lived experience to maintain a stable life.

One Door Mental Health is a leading mental health service provider specialising in severe and persistent mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, psychosis, schizoaffective disorder, borderline personality disorder.

Improving mental health in the workplace has become a priority. One Door Education & Training offer a number of workshops tailored to various companies and organisations.

For more information on mental illness, where to get help, or to find out how your workplace can support our work, visit www.onedoor.org.au or call One Door Information and Support on 1800 843 539.

In 2019, the NSW Corporate Games will donate ONE DOLLAR from every entry to help One Door to provide its vital programs to those in need.


Important Dates to Remember

Guaranteed Entry Deadline
August 30, 2019
Final Entry Deadline
September 20, 2019
Amendment Deadline
September 27, 2019

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About the Corporate Games

The Games started in 1993 to encourage companies to support employees’ pursuit of a healthier more active lifestyle and it has achieved this goal with nearly 15,000 competing nationally.

The Games encourages employees, family, friends and clients to take part. While some organisations enter a large number of entrants, one person can be a 'Team'.

See you in 2019