On July 25, Access Research and Evaluation Manager Isobel Nye was part of a deployment of volunteers at Loganlea Train Station with staff from the Logan Hospital Mental Health Unit, Access Community Services, Relationships Australia as well as Logan Central Police, Rail staff and Inspectors. Together they stationed a Mental health stall and spread awareness of the help service 1300 MH CALL, a 24 hour centralised line where professionals, including nurses, social workers, occupational therapists and psychologists give practical advice, information and support. For more information on this service, click here.
Events , Clients , Community
Raising Mental Health Awareness
28 July 2017