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Act-Belong-Commit Pilbara Capacity Building announced as a Finalist in the WA Mental Health Awards 2017

Created Friday, 16 June 2017 in News

We're really pleased to announce that the Act-Belong-Commit Pilbara Capacity Building project has been selected as a finalist in the Diversity Category of the WA Mental Health Awards 2017!

The project encourages the community to take action to improve and maintain their mental health and well-being through the education, promotion and strategic placement of the Act-Belong-Commit message.

Winners will be announced on Friday 13 July.

You can follow the project on Facebook:
Karratha Act-Belong-Commit
Onslow Act-Belong-Commit

 

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