To learn more about the organisations in attendance, see the table below.

All stallholders will be present from 11am to 1pm, with the exception of the 'Exam Adjustments and Support' stall that will be present from 10am to 12pm. 

Allianz Care Australia

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is insurance that helps cover the cost of medical care you may need in Australia. It covers basic medical and hospital care, and provides limited cover for pharmaceuticals and ambulance services.

If you arrange your OSHC through UQ, we will organise cover with our preferred provider, Allianz Care Australia. Come and learn more about your OSHC with Allianz Care Australia this University Mental Health Day (UMHD), and about the services they provide to support your mental wellbeing.


Batyr is a 'for purpose' preventative mental health organisation, created and driven by young people, for young people. batyr exists to empower current and future generations of young people to be mentally healthy, aiming to prevent youth suicide.

Batyr provides unique and engaging programs designed to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and empower young people to reach out for support. The programs connect young people with other young people, to share their stories and experiences with mental ill health.

Batyr's vision is for 'an Australia where young people engage in positive conversations about mental health and are empowered to reach out for support when needed'.

Exam Adjustments and Support Stall

UQ's Student Advisors and the Academic Services Division will be coming together to help you explore your options around exam and assignment adjustments and extensions if you're feeling over-extended. 

This stall will be present from 10am to 12pm.


Each year, headspace helps thousands of young people access vital support through their 140 headspace centres across Australia, their online and phone counselling services, work and study services, and presence in schools.

headspace can help young people with mental health, physical health (including sexual health) alcohol and other drug services, and work and study support. Come along and meet some of the team at headspace Indooroopilly at Student Central this UMHD.

Head to Health

Head to Health can help you find digital mental health services from some of Australia’s most trusted mental health organisations. Provided by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care, Head to Health brings together apps, online programs, online forums, and phone services, as well as a range of digital information resources.

Whether you are trying to improve your own sense of wellbeing, looking for help with something that is bothering you, or helping someone you care about — Head to Health is a good place to start. Come and learn more about Head to Health this University Mental Health Day on Tuesday 2 May at Student Central.

Health In My Language

Health in My Language is a national health education program for migrant and refugee communities, to address barriers to vaccine literacy and uptake, and increase vaccine confidence, by delivering accurate, multilingual information from trusted professional Bilingual Health Educators across Australia.

Health in My Language is funded by the Commonwealth Government to run until June 2023 and deliver education sessions to migrant and refugee communities in every state and territory.

UQ Respect

At UQ, we strive to ensure our campuses are a safe and respectful environment for all of our students and staff. Respect is about treating all others with dignity and care.

UQ Respect is a health promotion program run through Student Services. The program aims to engage the UQ Community in the promotion of respect, equality and safety on campus and in society. 

UQ WellbeingDrop in and say hi to UQ Wellbeing! UQ Wellbeing is a Health Promotion Project for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities. The project aims to increase the overall health and wellbeing of students from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds by working in partnership with students.
World Wellness Group

World Wellness Group (WWG) aims to create health equity by delivering health and wellness services in the system, while working on the system. They deliver high quality, accessible and affordable multicultural health and wellbeing services for marginalised migrants, refugees and people seeking asylum.

WWG have experienced health professionals who are passionate about providing high quality and culturally safe and appropriate health care and take a team approach to your health and wellbeing.

Their services are open to clients from throughout Brisbane, regardless of location. Some services are also provided in outreach locations. The Multicultural Connect Line is state-wide.

About Uni Mental Health Day

University ‘Uni’ Mental Health Day (UMHD) is an annual campaign held around the world to bring awareness and focus to the unique challenges students and staff face to their mental health and social and emotional wellbeing when studying and working at a university. Join us for UQ’s celebration of the 10th annual Australia and New Zealand UMHD from Tuesday 2nd May, to Friday 5th May 2023!

Hosted by UQ Wellbeing.


Building 42, St. Lucia Campus
Student Central