New office and new chairman for WTAW

    The Where there’s a Will Foundation has this week been handed the keys to their very own office space thanks to the generosity of Scone businessman Paul Boniface who says greater education about mental health is essential. “I’ve seen too many people suffering, too...

Some resources to help you, help your kids!

While nearly 500 people made the most of the opportunity to hear from leading child and adolescent psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg’s during his visit to the Upper Hunter earlier this week, we realise plenty more couldn’t make it.  We took plenty of notes and...

Leading Australian

The Where there’s a Will Foundation is urging parents and carers in the Upper Hunter to make the most of the opportunity to attend an information evening with Dr Michael Carr Gregg – one of Australia’s leading experts in child and teenage mental health –...

400 teachers begin training in Visible Wellbeing!

Australia’s first Professor of Positive Psychology is forecasting significant improvement to the mental health of residents in the Upper Hunter thanks to 16 schools in the district embracing the opportunity to introduce Visible Wellbeing programmes into their...

Volunteer Positions Available

Upper Hunter Where there’s a Will have grown in leaps and bounds throughout 2017 and as such we need to recruit some more volunteers to our team. A few of the positions that we urgently need assistance with include the following: Merchandise Coordinator Town Community...

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