Lifeline FREE Mental Health First Aid training courses for members of the Chinese Australian community.

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Lifeline is running a series of training in November and December in Sydney.  As a result of the feasibility study into a Chinese language Lifeline service in Australia DiverseWerks undertook in partnership with Lifeline and the Bridging Hope Foundation last year, Lifeline is now offering FREE Mental Health First Aid training courses for members of the Chinese Australian community.

Any questions about the courses please contact Natasha
Natasha Barnett
0488 004 946
Training@parramattamission.org.au

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