The 3rd of June 2020 was the Millicent Community Wellbeing Night, organised by the Wattle Range Suicide Prevention Network.
This event was a live stream presented by Anthony Hart, Speaker and Mind Health Advocate.
The Community Wellbeing Night was intended to help change the way regional and rural community members better confront and overcome significant life challenges.
The two main takeaways for attendees were:
1. Attendees learned how to put together their own Better Mind Health Action Plan (1 Page)
2. How to get the most out of the LIFEBACK TRACKER - 4 Steps to Better Mind Health App.
Anthony attended the Freeling Men's Shed night on Friday, 3 May 2019 at Freeling to share the latest on the Lifeback Tracker APP.
The Community Wellbeing Night on Thursday, 2 May 2019 at Yorketown, South Australia was an outstanding success.
Gina Voigt, prominent landowner, was very pleased with the turnout in her community around 65 attended the event. "About 30 farmers couldn't attend as it was raining - a chance for them to start the seeding" Gina said.
"The Yorketown Community gave great feedback and that the event should have been held 26 years ago!", said Gina.
The Community Wellbeing event went well over time as everybody wanted to talk.
Paraquad South Australia, an official Lifeback Tracker APP Supporter.
Thank you to Peter Stewart, Chief Executive Officer Paraquad South Australia and his team for supporting our APP initiative - it will change many lives.
We're back... Anthony will be speaking at Yorketown on the Yorke Peninsula
Join us at the Community Wellbeing Night at Yorketown
Thursday, 2 May 2019
6:00pm Free BBQ
Learn tips and tools for the 4 Steps to Better Mind Health
Its been a big 2 months rolling out the Save Our Mates Roadshows on the Yorke and Eyre Peninsula. The Roadshows has been a tremendous success with local venues, vendors, support agencies and the public getting right behind the events at Maitland, Copper Coast, Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Whyalla and Port Lincoln.
Hart Wellbeing supported by PHN Country SA have created a large public awareness of mens' wellbeing in the region.
Its all about spotting the signs that a mate might not be feeling so great; taking the 4 steps to better mind health; having access to community resources for support and using tips and tools to improve your physical and mental health
The Save Our Mates Team - Joe Williams, Anthony Hart and Jeremy Forbes