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Free events to learn more about mental health & community resilience – 10th anniversary of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires. standard

February 7th 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires.    This was a traumatic and distressing event and the anniversary will be a significant date of remembrance for Victoria. It is likely to be a challenging time for many people. During this time your local health services will provide a number of FREE events for local people to learn more about: * Looking after your own mental health * How to support others to achieve their best possible mental health * Support services available locally Mental Health First Aid CourseFree transport available & catering provided RSVP for all courses to Beechworth Health Service – 03 57 280 200 Myrtleford Neighbourhood ...

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10th Anniversary 2009 Victorian Bushfires – your local Support Services standard

February 7, 2019 will mark the 10th anniversary of the Black Saturday bushfires. This is a significant date of remembrance for Victoria and may be a challenging time for many people across the state. During this time, and always, looking after ourselves, family, friends and neighbours is important. There are free of cost mental health, counselling and support services in our local area available to support people during this time and ongoing.  Gateway Health provides general and specialised counselling services, family violence and alcohol and other drug support. Call: (03) 5723 2000 for Wangaratta or (02) 6022 8888 for Wodonga. headspace Albury Wodonga provides a safe and confidential environment for young people aged 12- 25 and ...

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Heat Health/ Cool Relief Centres standard

Information for the website below and a copy of the media release with participating businesses for Cool relief Centres. Stay healthy in the heat – Extreme heat is dangerous Survive the heat with the following tips: Tips to survive the heat There are simple things you can do to stay safe in the heat: • Drink plenty of water - Take a bottle with you always. • Hot cars kill - never leave kids, adults or pets in hot cars. The temperature inside a parked car can double within minutes. • Keep cool - seek out air-conditioned buildings, draw your blinds, use a fan, take cool showers and dress in light and loose clothing made from natural fabrics. • ...

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indigo@home delivering home care services to Indigo Shire residents from 1 July 2018. standard

The Partnership Alpine Health has formed a strategic partnership with Beechworth Health Service, Yackandandah Health, and Indigo North Health to deliver the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) and Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACC PYP) in the Indigo Shire. What is indigo@home? indigo@home is a comprehensive home care program that follows the successful home care service model delivered by Alpine Health through its alpine@home home services. What happens to my existing home care service on the 1st July 2018? Existing clients have been asked by Indigo Shire Council in writing to transition their records over to the new service. If you have not given permission for this to occur your service will stop on the 1st July 2018. If you are unsure if you have ...

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Jan Webb Memorial Scholarship 2018 Recepient standard

On behalf of the Board of Management the Jan Webb Selection Panel are delighted to announce that the successful recipient for the 2018 Jan Webb Memorial Scholarship is Anna Mackinlay (Health Promotion Officer).  Anna will be attending the 2018 Food Future's Conference in Brisbane later this year.  The Selection Pane were impressed with the calibre of all applications and recognised the importance of supporting professional development, innovation and best practice.  Please join us in congratulating Anna ...

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