See the information below for the latest community events, groups, programs, and consultations taking place across South Eastern NSW:
Katungul Aboriginal regional health and community services are hosting three events along the coast, which aim to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing.
The events are about Indigenous health and bringing the community together to talk about their experiences following the bushfires and pandemic in 2020.
For more info visit the Katungul Facebook page here!
To help carers access the support they need, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD) Drug & Alcohol service has collaborated with a range of services to offer workshops for carers or family impacted by someone’s drug use.
Carer workshops: Shellharbour 21 January / Berkeley 3 February / Nowra 12 March / Wollongong 13 March
Contact the Drug & Alcohol service for details.
headspace is hosting an online group chat to discuss stereotypes surrounding gender and sexuality.
The online chat is a great opportunity to speak with headspace mental health clinicians and headspace members to learn more about finding your own identity.
You are invited to ask questions and to share your own experiences and advice with others! Join the online chat on Sunday February from 7pm. Register here.
A free mental health coaching program developed by Beyond Blue is now available in South Eastern NSW.
NewAccess, delivered in conjunction with Wellways and COORDINARE, is a six-session program offering practical advice on how to manage the pressures, worries, and stresses of life.
Find out more here.
Brother to Brother is Australia's FIRST 24-hour hotline assisting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men throughout COVID-19. Call 1800 435 799 for support.
The line is staffed by Aboriginal men, including Elders, to promote a culturally-safe service. The service was created by Dardi Munwurro: Strong Spirit, an organisation that delivers a range of family violence programs specifically targeting Aboriginal men. It aims to break the cycle of intergenerational trauma in Indigenous communities.
You can learn more by reading this article.
The eFriend online peer support service is now live, and free for anyone in need.
If you don't have someone you feel comfortable talking to, and you want to reach out to someone who will listen — a community of trained, specialist eFriend peers are available via video link or audio chat.
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