Are you supporting a friend or family member with mental ill health or co-occurring mental ill health and drug use? Do you need some one-on-one support and support navigating the services to find the right services out there for you and the person you support?

Then, this is for you! 

As it is Carers Week, it is a fitting time to promote our Call2Connect Program. The Call2Connect Program offers up to four, 1-hour calls where you are heard and supported. Connecting is important for self-care and your continued wellbeing. We invite you to take a moment to put you first and help you maintain resilience, cope with challenges, and strengthen your support role.

Regardless of where you are in your journey, supporting someone living with mental ill health or co-occurring mental ill health and drug use can be both rewarding and purposeful, but also lonely, exhausting, and stressful. At times it may feel like you’re experiencing an emotional rollercoaster of highs and lows. You are not alone. This is for you! 

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