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MENTAL HEALTH ARTS DEVELOPMENT (MHAD):
Since forming in late 2005 as a partnership of mental health service providers and consumers in the St George region, supported by Hurstville City Council, a MHAD committee comprising representatives from Neami, St George Division of Mental Health, Hurstville City Council, Jubilee Community Services, Mind Body & Soul and various individual consumers/PEERS has developed and conducted a number of projects and programs leading to exhibitions, special events, involvement in local festivals and Art Tutor traineeships.

MHAD aims to achieve greater access to and participation in quality arts and cultural development initatives for adults who have direct or indirect experience of living with mental illness.

See the MHAD website (www.mhadcommunity.org) for information on current programs or email communityworker@jubileecs.org.au

 

MENTAL HEALTH DROP-IN GROUP

Every Thursday we have a Mental Health Drop-In Group at our centre – cost is $5.  Participants have lunch and a chat in a safe, non-threatening environment.  If the group wishes, then once a month there is an outing to a local food cafe or restaurant.

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