You can reach out to our programs or marketing department here to discuss how you can be a part of the journey.
You can make a difference by:
You certainly can.
We offer the option to donate weekly, monthly or quarterly.
Alternatively, you can still donate a one-off custom amount.
You can reach out to our media and marketing department here to get more information.
We strive to tell raw and real stories that will help others and are always looking for people to work with on articles and blog posts.
Reach out to our marketing department here to find out more.
We are working on getting new merchandise up soon!
Contact our Programs team for more information, to plan a training session, or to discuss how we can tailor our programs to suit your specific needs.
Yes, you can express interest in attending a workshop. We will let you know when a workshop is planned for your area.
Non-Indigenous participants are more than welcome. However, they will not be able to present the program without an Indigenous lead facilitator.
Also, please note that this is not a cultural competency course.
Please reach out to our Programs team to discuss your skills and experience and to establish a pathway towards presenter training.
The ideal number of attendees for a Deadly Thinking workshop for communities is between 10 – 15 people. However, community workshops can run with less than 10 participants.
You can reach out to our Programs team here to discuss how you can be a part of the journey.
These services offer 24/7 phone support:
Lifeline – 13 11 14
There is also the option for support via text message or online chat.
Beyond Blue – 1300 22 4636
Online chat, email support and community forums are also available.
We can provide you with information to take to your company’s Health and Safety Representative. Reach out to us for more.
The ideal number of attendees for a Rural Minds workshop for communities is between 10 – 15 people. However, community workshops can run with less than 10 participants.
We can provide you with information to take to your company’s Health and Safety Representative.
Rural & Remote Mental Health can work with your company to tailor and integrate the Resource Minds program into existing health and safety policies and initiatives.
Community workshops are planned and delivered by our trained presenters.
The cost to attend a workshop varies, depending on factors such as location, travel, attendance numbers, etc.
If an individual or small group wishes to attend a community workshop, we can provide the contact details of a local presenter who will advise on the cost.
1300 515 951
RRMH is not a clinical service provider. If you are seeking help from Rural and Remote Mental Health Service in Glenside, SA please click here.
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