The High Tea was held on Saturday 15 Sep 2018 at the Anglican Church Hall, Ulverstone
The support group which started 30 August 2018 and ran for 9 weeks. The support group provided a safe and supportive place for people to meet, share experiences, learn from & encourage each other.
The Muster for Mental Health is travelling around Tasmania visiting Rotary Clubs and Regional Towns & Cities to bring focus on the importance of sustaining Mental Health research. Tasmania is the 8th drive segment of the 12 segments travelling around Australia spreading awareness and raising funds to continue research into Youth Mental Health and Youth... Continue Reading →
World Mental Health Day is the perfect time to start a conversation on how you can help yourself or someone you care for, look after their emotional health & well being. Setting up a plan to implement these 10 top tips is a really great place to start!
Get along to the Rotary Club of Ulverstone West Health & Wellbeing Expo on Friday October 13th, from 10:00am -3:00pm at the Gnomon Pavillion-Wharf Precinct. Come and say hello and view the many organisations offering support services and products in our community. You may even pick up some freebies!!! Entry on the day is FREE.
We are excited to announce that our new dedicated office is now located at 14 Amherst St, West Ulverstone! Our current office hours are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10am till 1pm. Our new phone number is (03) 6411 6212. Dr Whishaw can still be contacted on 0419 572 913.
The Trivia night held on 8 July 2017 was a wonderful success with approx. 70 people in attendance, some of whom dressed up in theme (photos below). Everyone commented on what a fun night it was with over $850.00 raised to further the work of our School Mentoring program. Our sincere thanks go to House... Continue Reading →
The Family Fair & Fun Day held on Saturday 21 Jan 2017, 9am to 2pm at the Ulverstone Baptist Church Centre, was well attended. (Brochure details)
Go to the ABC website and take the quiz! You might like to also check out the following... Family carers 'feel guilty' asking for help from support services, Carers Victoria says. Kids Helpline to release suicide prevention paper to start conversation among young people. Fighting the demons: Former NRL half-back Joe Williams on how boxing... Continue Reading →