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Grow Group for Carers

Is someone in your life troubled with a mental health issue? Grow for Carers is for those who care in different ways for people with mental health issues.

They meet together fortnightly to share experiences, gain support, increase coping skills, knowledge and understanding through the use of the Grow program.

The meetings include an explanation of Grow for any new people and usually one member will share their personal story.

Those attending work on the specific challenges they are facing; and the wisdom of the Grow Program is used to address these challenges.

When: Meetings held on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month
Time:
10.00am - 12.00pm
Venue: Suite 29, upper level, ERBEAC, 8 - 12 Stafford Street,
Midland
Aim: To increase the capacity of families, carers and friends to care effectively for themselves, other family members and their relative living with
mental illness.

Download flyer:

pdfMidland Carers Poster - Grow MIFWA contacts.pdf383.46 KB

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