Community Mental Health Australia initiative heads to North-East Tasmania

Luke Miller
Updated March 13 2022 - 7:16pm, first published March 11 2022 - 1:39pm
KNOCK KNOCK: Community Mental Health Australia's Assisting Communities through Direct Connection 'people connectors' door-knocking in George Town to let people know about free mental health services. Picture: Supplied
KNOCK KNOCK: Community Mental Health Australia's Assisting Communities through Direct Connection 'people connectors' door-knocking in George Town to let people know about free mental health services. Picture: Supplied

The organisers of a new project in the state's North-East are aiming to combat an issue that plagues one in five Australians each year.

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Luke Miller

Luke Miller

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I am a council and general news reporter at the Examiner. If you have any issues or information regarding local government, please contact me via email at luke.miller@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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