New LGBTQ+ online safety guide aims to empower LGBTQ+ and give them the tools to protect themselves online. Resource discusses online communities, cyber bullying, dark side of the web, controlling your identity, dating, workplace and tips for Parents of LGBTQ+ youth.
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Suicide Bereavement Group will no longer be holding formal meetings the first Thursday of each month. Instead they will hold informal get togethers. Confidentiality and support remain of utmost importance with facilitators and attendees alike. It is important that interested persons register via email so they can be informed as to upcoming events.
Rural Adversity Mental Health Program (RAMHP) has an excellent podcast series called Let’s Talk. Produced by journalist Kia Handley its all about mental health issues in rural and regional Australia.
BVSpan is proud to announce Donna Phillips as our newly certified facilitator/intructor in SMHFA. Donna completed her instructor course in Canberra earlier this year and is ready to roll out the first course to our community this upcoming July. SMHFA training is ran over two days and provides a wide range of information and practical […]
Women’s Resource Centre (WRC) is a community service for marginalized women. WRC supports women to become active agents through self help, mutual support, community education and collective action. Workshops are developed in response to women’s social, educational and personal needs. WRC builds community education, knowledge and awareness through their programs. NEWSLETTER WRC monthly mailchimp newsletter promotes workshops and events. […]
BV SPAN is proud to present the Older Person Mental Health First Aid (OPMHFA) course now available to those interested throughout the Bega Valley and Sapphire Coast. The course is designed for anyone who is involved in looking after older people, have elderly parents, interact with older persons in the community or just interested in […]
What is SHaWS? The Sapphire Health and Wellbeing Service (SHaWS) is a primary health, mental health, Aboriginal health, drug and alcohol treatment and support service working in collaboration with Katungul Aboriginal Medicial Service, and Grand Pacific Health and a number of medical practices on the Sapphire Coast. SHaWS offers free, non-judgemental and respectful services including: […]