Community mental health services are urging people to seek help if needed, and advocating for a 'holistic' approach

Cai Holroyd
By Cai Holroyd
Updated May 16 2022 - 12:32am, first published May 12 2022 - 7:00am
MENTAL HEALTH: Manager of the Specialist Community Mental Health Service Rowena Gilbey, and Program Manager for the MyStep to Mental Wellbeing program Amy Salmon. PHOTO: Cai Holroyd

Griffith's mental health support workers are pushing for less stigmatisation and more education on mental health, in an effort to encourage all to feel more comfortable getting help at any stage.

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Cai Holroyd

Cai Holroyd

Journalist

Journalist for the Area News in Griffith. RMIT graduate. Full-time writer and part-time nuisance. Been described as 'present.'