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6 September

6 September

Central Coast NSW


Central Coast Council has placed flags on The Entrance Bridge and Brian McGowan Bridge to support R U OK? Day. Nearly half of all Australians will experience some form of mental illness during their lifetime and the Central Coast has one of the highest rates of suicide in comparison to other health districts across NSW. Council Director Community and Recreation Services, Julie Vaughan said the National suicide prevention initiative is a reminder for everyone to take the time to reach out to someone who is struggling with life.

For more details: www.centralcoastaustralia.com.au/news/r-u-ok-day-flags-placed-at-the-entrance-and-gosford/ Central Coast Council has placed flags on The Entrance Bridge and Brian McGowan Bridge to support R U OK? Day.

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