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MASC Social Club Meetings

MASC is a peer support group for people with lived experience of mental ill health.

The group runs the first Wednesday of each month from 5pm to 7pm

Location/venue: Forest Personell Offices 44/48 Fortune St Narrogin WA 6312.

It is open to family and carers as well. We have an informal get together once a month at the Better Beginnings Room. This is located in the Forrest Personnel Offices in Narrogin. There are a number of activities throughout the year, around wellness and general tips on living well.

The purpose is to provide a safe place for people to come to and interact socially. It is held between 5pm and 7pm on the First Wednesday of each month. You can come for the whole time or a part of that time, there is no cost involved, and no membership. If you feel like coming you do and if you don’t feel like coming you don’t. No judgement and purely voluntary.

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