Do You Feel It Was Imperative That The NSW Government Announced The ‘Largest Mental Health First Aid Program’ In The World?


The New South Wales government has unveiled plans to train 275,000 people in rural areas in mental health first aid. The $130 million program announcement comes as helplines continue to receive record number of calls from people struggling with working from home and homeschooling during the pandemic. What are your thoughts LiveTribers? Do you feel it was imperative that the NSW Government announced the ‘largest mental health first aid program’ in the world?

Posted by on 24 Dec 2021

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    Marlene

    The whole of Australia should be included. So many are struggling with this changed world.

    Posted by Marlene on 11 Jan 2022

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    mact

    God help us if we ever had to endure another World War.....we are soft centered unlike our ancestors who endured so we can live like spoilt children!!! Bit like Bobs boast that by 1990 no child will be living in poverty. What country Australia needs is sustainable well paid employment via genuine bipartisan decentralisation.....dream on Mact!!!

    Posted by mact on 30 Dec 2021

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