People Connector Capacity Building Project

People Connector Capacity Building Project

People Connector Capacity Building Report The Assisting Communities through Direct Connection (ACDC) Project of Community Mental Health Australia (CMHA) had six intended outcomes, one of them being – Building the capacity of People Connectors with respect to the...
Cabramatta Community Report – ACDC Project

Cabramatta Community Report – ACDC Project

A new door-to-door mental health and wellbeing survey has found that householders from Cabramatta indicated that financial stress was the greatest concern in their own lives, as well as for their local community. Further, 14% of householders reported that not having...
Greenacre Community Report – ACDC Project

Greenacre Community Report – ACDC Project

A new door-to-door mental health and wellbeing survey in the suburb of Greenacre NSW has found that three out of four survey respondents were experiencing low wellbeing, and one in three was in high or very high psychological distress. The Assisting Communities...
City of Swan Community Report – ACDC Project

City of Swan Community Report – ACDC Project

A new door-to-door mental health and wellbeing survey has found that 40% of all respondents surveyed wanted to seek help for their mental health in the last 12 months, however, 60% of these people did not get the care they needed. The primary reason for not seeking...
Clarence Valley Community Report – ACDC Project

Clarence Valley Community Report – ACDC Project

A new door-to-door mental health and wellbeing survey in the Clarence Valley has found that over a quarter of all respondents surveyed wanted to seek help for their mental health in the last 12 months, however half of these people did not get the care they needed. The...
Hurstville Community Report – ACDC Project

Hurstville Community Report – ACDC Project

A new door-to-door mental health and wellbeing survey has found that 32% of all respondents wanted to seek help for their mental health in the last 12 months, however, 59% of these people did not get the care they needed. The primary reason for not seeking help was...
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