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Muster Up

In the North, we experience it all. We know who we are, what we need, and we know how tough times can be. Our land is unique and so are our people. We are resilient and strong, and we’re determined to maintain that strength.

 

Mustering Wellness is for us up here in the Top End. It is about how we as a community stay well and support ourselves, our families, and those in our region.

It’s a simple, accessible, and confidential way to stay in control of your wellness.

JCU research 2017: Welfare of farmers: Who sees the need?

You are invited to participate in a short survey looking into community attitudes in relation to the lives of farmers in Queensland. The survey is completed on-line and takes about 15 minutes. You can stop participating in the survey at any time, and all responses remain completely anonymous.

We would very much like to hear views from persons 18 years and over, who live in regional Queensland (including everywhere outside of metropolitan Brisbane).

Click on the following link to go to the survey.  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/sm-welfareoffarmers2017

Their Stories

We recently collaborated with Partners in Recovery, the Gulf Cattleman's Association and Brandtree to create a short film for mental health awareness. This collaboration between mental health, industry & creative business aims to help change the face of mental health in the outback.


- COMMUNITY WELLBEING & SERVICES -

A BRIEF REPORT ON CURRENT ISSUES, SERVICE PREFERENCES
AND IMPACTS ON THE REGION

View Full Report Here


- Connectivity in the Bush -

During many discussions and community forums conducted in 2015 & 2016 with people whom reside in rural and remote areas of the Tablelands and Gulf Region, it was evident there were significant issue related to connectivity of technology and the internet. With changes to the way the region will deliver and provide access to mental health and wellbeing resources towards an online platform, Centacare Cairns - Partners in Recovery with the support of Dr Ernest Hunter and AbT Consultancy Group on behalf of NQ PHN, developed a survey of questions to capture the impacts of connectivity in the bush.
 
Here are the results

Welcome. Please have a look around.

Northern Gulf Northern Territory Kimberley and Pilbara
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