FUNDING BOOST... The Station Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre peer support  counsellor Richard O’Flaherty, Aboriginal housing support worker and Aboriginal prison facilitator Pastor Grant Hay and centre management committee treasurer Wayne Oldfield discuss future plans after  receiving several grants. FUNDING BOOST... The Station Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre peer support counsellor Richard O’Flaherty, Aboriginal housing support worker and Aboriginal prison facilitator Pastor Grant Hay and centre management committee treasurer Wayne Oldfield discuss future plans after receiving several grants.

Funding for suicide prevention programs

THREE Yorke Peninsula projects have received funding through the South Australian Suicide Prevention Com­munity Grant Scheme.

SOS Copper Coast Suicide Prevention Network, The Station Community Mental Heath and Wellbeing Centre and Point Pearce Aboriginal Community Centre will share in funding to raise awareness about suicide prevention.

SOS Copper Coast will implement a self-harm minimisation program for young females which will initiate conversations in schools and provide useful resources whilst providing a safe space for local youth.

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