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Teen Mental Health First Aid

So here we are, chipping away again! This time conducting Teen Mental Health First Aid training for every Year 8 student at Scone High School and Scone Grammar School. Just over 105 kids learning how to identify the signs and symptoms of mental illness, how to help those in need and how to maintain good wellbeing in their own lives.

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WTAW in Emerald

The town of Emerald has an unfortunate reputation as the ‘suicide capital’ of Queensland and understandably they are desperate to lose that title. Last night WTAW founder Pauline Carrigan addressed a group of health professionals, teachers, community influencers and parents to share the story of what is happening here in the Upper Hunter.

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Leadership Summit

“If you require change, engage those who have the power to do so.” Not quite sure who said this, but that’s exactly what we’re aiming for at WTAW!

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Albies vs Robb

We hope everyone at St Albert’s College at the University of New England is getting a good nights sleep tonight. Big day tomorrow!! For those who don’t know, Albies have nominated WTAW as their charity of choice for 2019.

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Horse Week Parade

We were looking for some inspiration to describe today’s Scone Horse Festival and found this quote from Judy Harris that we feel captures the essence of the day perfectly!

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Pauline Carrigan Keynote Speaker at PESA

Last night 39 teachers from the Upper Hunter took to the skies and headed for the Gold Coast but it wasn’t for the sun, the sand or the theme parks. No sir, it was for something much, much better – the fifth annual Positive Education Schools Association conference!!...

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WTAW influencing decision makers

Where there’s a Will has had a bit of a win lately and we wanted to share the details with you because this whole-of-community approach that we’re taking to improving mental health and wellbeing is capturing the attention of many outside the area. Just recently WTAW...

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WTAW Present to HNECC PHN

Where there’s a Will has had a bit of a win lately and we wanted to share the details with you because this whole-of-community approach that we’re taking to improving mental health and wellbeing is capturing the attention of many outside the area. Just recently WTAW...

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Students inspired at National Leadership Summit

The local charity sent 20 students from Merriwa Central, Scone Grammar, Muswellbrook High, Scone High and St Josephs High schools to the 8th National Student Leadership Summit this month, a one-day intensive workshop, designed to challenge, inspire and empower. READ...

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Muswellbrook High Yr 12 students invest in the future

We always love donations to WTAW but the $300 cheque that came in from the Year 12 Students at Muswellbrook High last week was one of the most significant investments that’s ever been made. The 2019 cohort decided that they’d like to include the WTAW logo on their...

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Polly Yuille
E: media@uhwheretheresawill.com.au
P: 0407 908 746

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