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Mental Health help for Rural and Remote Areas

Posted December 20 2019

People living in rural and remote areas have limited access to mental health support services.

The updated Rural and Remote Mental Health Help Sheet, from the National Rural Health Alliance, lists a range of services providing counselling and other support services to specific groups in the community.

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