What is the purpose of the Finding North website?
Finding North is a mental health education website that aims to inspire people to find their north and help others to find theirs. The website also aims to empower individuals and their families, carers, friends and colleagues by giving them access to reliable, evidence-based information that clarifies what they or their loved ones are going through.
Who developed the Finding North website?
Finding North is an initiative of and supported by Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (MIFA), a national policy and advocacy agency representing mental health organisations supporting more than 20,000 people across Australia.  MIFA spent more than two years co-designing and co-producing the Finding North website through seeking input and endorsement from people with a lived experience.
What is this survey about? 
MIFA has contracted Young Futures to gain feedback from people who have used the Finding North website. This includes people who experience challenges with their mental health, their family members, friends, carers and supporters, people who work in the mental health sector, and other interested community members.
Your feedback will be used to highlight the best features of the website so they can be used in other situations and also how the website can be improved.

The insights you and others share will be used to continue developing the website to ensure its aims are met.
What will the survey involve?
We only need about 5 - 10 minutes of your time, or a little longer if you'd like to provide detailed feedback.
We don't need to know your name or any other information that might identify you.
How can I get more information?
If you would like to talk about the survey, you can contact:
Gretchen Young, Young Futures
If you would like to talk about the Finding North website, you can contact:
Donna Didlick, MIFA