Media Releases

Women’s Network Connecting Lives and Communities

A group of intrepid African women is empowering their local communities to improve their mental health and overall wellbeing through the 'Courageous African Women Network'.


Richmond Wellbeing Recognises National Reconciliation Week

WA not-for-profit organisation Richmond Wellbeing will mark the start of National Reconciliation Week (27 May- 3 June) by walking part of the Bibbulmun Track with local Aboriginal Elders on National Sorry Day, this Thursday 26 May 2016.
In the spirit of the journey to reconciliation, over 50 employees and clients of Richmond Wellbeing will take to the bush for a day of reflection, connection and learning.


Positive Changing of the Guard at Richmond Wellbeing

Richmond Wellbeing has appointed highly respected and experienced health executive, Mr Neil Guard, as its CEO effective May 2016.  


Way Ahead-Leave No One Behind

Perth’s Richmond Wellbeing, a leader in bringing recovery practices into mainstream mental health standards, is proud to be a Sponsor for the 2016 WA Council of Sector Service (WACOSS) conference, entitled WAy Ahead – Leave no One Behind, which will be held 3-5 May at Perth’s Pan Pacific Hotel.


Mental Health Support Shortage for Regional WA

 Individuals experiencing mental health issues face both stigma as well as shortage of community mental health support. This is particularly a challenge for regional WA communities where support is scarce.



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