Published on Wednesday, 22 February 2023 at 4:59:14 PM

On Wednesday 15 March, GRAMS hosted URITE Day at the Riflerange Road clinic in Geraldton. Our objective for URITE Day is to promote awareness on mental health and suicide as well as encourage our mob to reach out and seek assistance.

GRAMS provided free music by musician Craig Pickett, hairdresser, masseuse, hamper prizes, tea, coffee, fruit cups with yogurt and BBQ for the community. The day was a success with over 150 people attending who engaged in activities and gathered information from services.

Thank you to all our stall holders for the day which included:

  • GRAMS Social & Emotional Wellbeing Team
  • GRAMS Suicide Prevention Coordinator
  • TIS Team
  • Deadly Cru
  • Headspace
  • Salvation Army
  • Dessert Blue Connect
  • Regional Alliance West
  • PCYC
  • Connected Beginnings
  • Cancer Council
  • Radio Mama.

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