My Region - Wheatbelt

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Part of the responsibility of Primary Health Networks is to identify and respond to the health needs of our community. We want to hear from you about the health issues and the availability of health services in the areas you live.

The stories, pictures and survey responses from these pages will be used to inform the planning of primary health care in your region.

Part of the responsibility of Primary Health Networks is to identify and respond to the health needs of our community. We want to hear from you about the health issues and the availability of health services in the areas you live.

The stories, pictures and survey responses from these pages will be used to inform the planning of primary health care in your region.

What is happening in the Wheatbelt region to help everyone get the health care they need? Tell your stories and celebrate the amazing work that is happening in our communities.

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  • Turn Up In Blue Day - Northam

    10 months ago
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    On Thursday 11th October, the WAPHA Wheatbelt Team were involved in Northam's Turn Up in Blue Day to celebrate Mental Health Week.

    Each year the Wheatbelt service providers partner together to bring the theme of WA Mental Health Week to life, providing information to the community on what support is available along with free and fun activities that promote positive mental health.

    This year, the theme was all about community and the various settings we go to every day where we can support the wellbeing of others: 'Mental health starts where we live, learn, work and play' and there were... Continue reading

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  • Turn Up in Blue Day - Northam

    by Fiona, almost 2 years ago
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    On Thursday 12th October, the WAPHA Wheatbelt Team were involved in Northam's Turn Up in Blue Day to celebrate Mental Health Week.

    Mental Health Service providers attended the event, providing information to the community on what support is available.

    This year Mental Health Week celebrated 50 years of promoting mental health awareness and helping reduce stigma in WA. The theme was 'Connect with nature, connect with community, connect with self for mental wellbeing', and there were a range of activities on offer to demonstrate this theme.

    The event was proudly supported by Wheatbelt Aboriginal Health Service, Consumer Advisory Group, Wheatbelt... Continue reading

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