Raising awareness about Aboriginal suicide, Liz Everard from Helping Minds is walking the entire Bibbulmun track from Albany to Perth.
The aim of Liz’s pilgrimage is to create awareness about ‘Walking for Resilience’; a concept she and Noongar Elder Darryl Kickett have been working on over the last 8 months.
Richmond Wellbeing is proud to announce our successful tender application with Mental Health Australia to design and deliver NDIS peer education and Train-the trainer workshops nationally.
On the 28th of July, 2015, Richmond Wellbeing celebrated the official opening of the Richmond Wellbeing Centre. Located at 29 Manning Road, Cannington, the new Centre houses both the former Bentley and Cannington offices, alongside training and outreach staff. The Centre was officially opened by WA Premier, Hon. Colin Barnett MLA, with the Minister for Mental Health, Disability Services, and Child Protection, Hon. Helen Morton MLC, also speaking to the attending community.
Come down to the Richmond Wellbeing Centre for the grass-roots international premiere of 'Healing Voices'. This feature-lenth documentary disuccess the question "What are we talking about when we talk about 'mental illness'?