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Become a Peer Ambassador

Become a Peer Ambassador

SANE Peer Ambassadors work with us to raise awareness, reduce stigma and provide hope to Australians affected by complex mental illness.

Who can be a SANE Peer Ambassador?

Peer Ambassadors are either:

  • People with their own lived experience of complex mental illness
  • Families, friends, carers, partners and colleagues, who support someone affected by mental illness.

'Being involved with SANE has given me a voice that I never had before.'

– Sylvia Magnay

What do SANE Peer Ambassadors do?

SANE Peer Ambassadors work with us in many ways.

Opportunities include:

  • Attending public, university or workplace events
  • Informing the design, delivery and evaluation of SANE Australia's programs and services
  • Participating in SANE Australia’s stigma reduction campaigns
  • Submitting or reviewing stories, articles and resources
  • Contributing to SANE Australia’s advocacy and research projects
  • Talking to corporate, government and non-government organisations
  • Sharing personal stories with the media and the broader community.

How can you become a SANE Peer Ambassador?

SANE Australia recruits for new Peer Ambassadors once a year, with the aim of making the program representative of a wide range of experiences. SANE Australia recruits for new Peer Ambassadors once a year, with the aim of making the program representative of a wide range of experiences.

If you're interested in becoming a SANE Peer Ambassador, sign up to SANE Express and we'll let you know when we are next recruiting.

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'An incredibly rewarding experience. An opportunity to share my experience and help to tackle the stigma around psychosis.'

– Hannah Hyatt

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