About 80 people who have lost a loved one on NSW roads shared a vision for reform and the future of support for families at the Road Trauma Support Group NSW launch.
Twenty senior police from the New England Command joined the Quest team for a Police Health and Wellbeing workshop in Armidale.
John Duffy has been an active member of the Penrose Rural Fire Service (RFS) for the last eight...
A new lifeline is available to Australian Federal Police Association (AFPA) members experiencing psychological distress or symptoms of PTSD.
If there’s one thing veteran paramedic Chris Henning wants you to remember, it’s this: don’t just bottle it up when you’re feeling down.
Access to Quest’s services has been simplified for people who are NDIS participants, with seven categories of registration now available for our residential programs.
Former police forensic investigator Esther Mckay has a lived experience of post-traumatic stress in the workplace after her medical retirement due to PTSD in 2001.
David has a message for men struggling with mental illness or experiencing life’s Ds – despair, divorce, disaster, a diagnosis, a death, or drug dependence.
Former police officer and mental health advocate Esther McKay is encouraging current and former serving police to consider taking part in the Moving Beyond Trauma program.
The Quest for Life Foundation has partnered with community organisations to deliver the Your Life Matters Regional Workshops in NSW and Mallacoota.
Merilyn Fowler says magic happens the the Quest for Life Foundation’s residential programs.
Yoga instructor and former police officer Kate Kilby’s dog Gidget loves to help during the light exercise sessions that form part of the Moving Beyond Trauma program.
With a ‘lived’ experience of trauma after working 17 years in forensics for NSW Police, Esther Mckay helped establish Quest’s acclaimed Moving Beyond Trauma program
Jason talks about his experience of 18 years living with PTSD brought about by his profession, and...