Follow our exciting journey of change and celebration in an interactive experience with our online Annual Report 2016.
Embodying our values of Innovation, Hope, Integrity and Relationship, we launched this year's annual report as a engaging and interactive website to share the real experience of Richmond Wellbeing and the positive impact we have on our clients, our community and our industry.
See our online Annual Report 2016 here
Richmond Wellbeing has been supporting a group of inspiring women to build a culture-inclusive community focused on wellness and mental wellbeing.
Hear all about the Courageous African Women Network from the groups Vice-Chairperson, Yvonne Johnson in the recent video interview conducted here at the new Richmond Wellbeing Centre in Cannington.
Our final training sessions for the year are open for registration and filling up fast. Prepare now to hit the ground running in 2017.
Touch up on your Recovery knowledge or get your team ready for a happy and healthy start to the new year.
The HVN is a collection of Hearing Voices Groups and affiliated members (such as service providers, consumers, carers and friends) working toward promoting recovery, acceptance and education. Their role is to enable acceptance of hearing voices and promote recovery for people who hear distressing voices. This will be achieved through support for self-help groups, education and awareness.
About Hearing Voices Network Australia
In 2005 the Richmond Fellowship of WA (RFWA) brought Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor from Scotland to Perth to deliver a series of Recovery workshops. Ron's support and encouragement to begin a Hearing Voices Network resulted in the RFWA taking the innovative step of auspicing the development of Hearing Voices Network Auastralia (HVNA). The Richmond Fellowship has supported the network's setup and remains committed to its ongoing development and ultimate roll out across the country.
To read more please visit their website at www.hvna.net.au