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Friends of Mental Health are conducting training for carers who want to initiate mental health change in their local area. This training will be facilitated by Sandra McDonald from Beautiful Minds.
This training will teach you:
- How to connect with your local mental health hospital
- How to fundraise at a local level to build recovery-oriented spaces for consumers and carers
- How to make mental health caring a positive experience
Where: Collective Purpose, Suite 501, Level 5, 80 William St, Woolloomooloo, NSW, 2011
When: Fridays 2nd and 9th September 2016
Time: 9.30am – 3.00pm
Cost: Free, Lunch included
Contact: Lynette.Anderson@arafmi.org | 02 9332 0777 | 0401 513 965
Empowering carers to create change in their communities!
The Friends of Mental Health Project focuses on being proactive and doing something positive for themselves and their loved ones including enhancing the recovery space within their local hospitals. Carers may fundraise for money to finance chosen projects and work with each other doing something for their local area while having fun and promoting recovery!
Brought to you by Lyn Anderson and her Friends of Mental Health Project & supported by Mental Health Carers NSW (MHCN).
Click this link for more information and to view the official flyer –
Mental Health Carers NSW Inc (MHCN)
Level 5, Suite 501, 80 William Street, WOOLLOOMOOLOO NSW 2011
Box 88, 78 William Street, WOOLLOOMOOLOO NSW 2011
P: (02) 9332 0704
F: (02) 9339 6066
Carer Connections Line: 9am – 5pm – (02) 9332 0700 or Freecall – 1300 554 660
Mental Health Carers NSW is a member of the Collective Purpose. See more at:
I acknowledge the traditional owners of the land and pay my respects to the Elders, past and present.
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