HAVACHAT CONVERSATIONS 


*HELP SEEKING FOR MENTAL ILLNESS


*EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING STIGMA 


*CREATING AWARENESS OF MENTAL HEALTH

 


One of the best things people with mental health issues can do is talk about them! It can make the biggest difference if people have a conversation about mental health issues.


HAVACHAT provides a facility for people to talk about mental health. HAVACHAT helps people talk about mental health issues, reduce stigma and feel more comfortable with their everyday mental wellbeing in the workplace. 


HAVACHAT shows that having a simple conversation can effectively reduce stigma and that once people have a conversation they are better instantly. With support people can get help, get on with work and get on with life.

 

 

Get more information:  info@mentalhealthatwork.org.au   0291441447 or 0400552290 

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