Speak Up Stay ChatTY hold second ever Shorts Day for mental health awareness

Alison Foletta
By Alison Foletta
Updated June 21 2022 - 9:25am, first published 8:30am
BRRR: Speak Up Stay ChatTY's Kylea Aldred with Launceston supports flex their pins at City Park on Shorts Day. Picture: Paul Scambler

Speak Up Stay ChatTY is asking people to be brave - to face the cold and brave a conversation about mental health for Shorts Day.

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Alison Foletta

Alison Foletta

Journalist

Alison Foletta is The Examiner's local government reporter. Before starting at The Examiner in Launceston, Tasmania she worked in Horsham, Victoria for The Wimmera Mail-Times and also worked in Victoria's North East in a small town called Alexandra. Email: alison.foletta@austcommunitymedia.com.au