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Youth Connectors Launch

Created Tuesday, 10 January 2017 in News

On Wednesday 8 February we're launching our youth-based mental health program 'Youth Connectors' and you're invited!! Come along and find out about the program, how you or your organisation can get involved, and listen to a panel discussion on youth mental health featuring some key people from the WA sector.


Aligned to the evidence-based Act-Belong-Commit campaign, ‘Youth Connectors’ is a peer-based mental health initiative that builds resilience, educates and develops mentally healthy behaviours in young people and the people who surround them.

Date: 8 February 2017
Time: Arrive 2.45pm, event 3pm - 5pm
Catering: A light afternoon tea will be supplied at the start
Venue: Exhibition Room (500) Curtin University, Kent St Bentley
RSVP: By 31 January to darci.miller@curtin.edu.au or 9266 9791

For more information, contact our Youth Connectors Health Promotion Officer Darci Miller on 9266 9791.

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