Tune in with ReFrame on October 27 for Mental Health Awareness Month.
The free online event will begin at 6pm and will feature live music, a laughter workshop, mediation, shared stories and a Q and A.
The event is accessible via Zoom and is for all ages.
ReFrame has also begun to roll out a survey to capture the impacts of COVID-19 on residents wellbeing.
Community engagement officer Alice Richards said the survey was part of a greater examination of the health and wellbeing of the shire that would help shape local service provision and influence state and federal health policy to ensure local needs are being responded to.
"We are really excited to be in a position to move towards this new development phase for the Community Links Wellbeing Mental Health Programs, increasing our efficacy and amplifying the voices of lived experience in our region," she said.
You can use this QR code to participate in the survey, which is completely voluntary.
ReFrame is a youth mental health program in the Wingecarribee Shire aimed at helping teens between the ages of 12 to 25 who are having a tough time with stress, anxiety or worry, feelings of sadness, physical health, family, relationships and issues and work or study to name a few.
For more information on the free 'Tune In' event or the survey, call 0455104104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, you are not alone.
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