RACT continue driving positive mental health messages
Tash with Grace and Henry from RACT after the Workplace & Community team session delivered in Hobart.
In October, we were invited to share our stories with teams across the state from RACT and their members.
Tash shared our Workplace & Community session with both the Burnie and Hobart teams from RACT. In Launceston our friends at RACT invited their northern members to come along to hear Mitch share his story. There was a wonderful turn out, with so many audience and team members afterwards, taking the time to share some of the special reasons as to why they attended the event and what connected with them. These wonderful conversations certainly make the effort that goes into organising these events very worthwhile!
We are fortunate to have a wonderful collaboration with RACT, and opportunities like these that allow us to continue to build community alignment and continue our shared mission to support Tasmanians!
A special shout out to Grace & Henry, and all of the RACT team for their support in making these sessions happen and continuing to help us spread the word of positive mental health across our great state.
We are so grateful and excited to continue driving change with RACT into the future!
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