[POSTPONED] Hope in Mind - Mental Health Talk
Rotary Orewa-Millwater proudly presents "Hope in Mind," a captivating Mental Health Talk aimed at fostering awareness, support, and understanding for the mental well-being of our community, and raising funds for a fantastic charity, Youth in Transition. Join us for an enlightening afternoon of inspiration and valuable insights, as we unite to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals facing mental health challenges. We recognise the pressing need to address mental health issues. Through this event, we aim to break the stigma around mental health and learning from esteemed speakers who are passionate advocates for mental health.
Our lineup of speakers includes:
- Jack Henderson: Founder of the influential platform HendosHotTopics, Jack is a renowned mental health advocate whose personal journey has inspired countless individuals to break the stigma surrounding mental health. With his powerful storytelling and empathetic approach, he touches hearts and sparks change.
- Guy Wills: Representing RightMate NZ, Guy brings a wealth of expertise in the mental health sector. As someone who has faced alcohol addiction, he sheds light on effective strategies for providing support to people facing addictions, ensuring they feel empowered to embrace their journey towards well-being.
- Tina Jones: Co-founder of Youth in Transition, and Registered Practitioner with extensive experience working with youth in crisis, will share her valuable insights and firsthand experiences in supporting young individuals navigating through life's challenges.
- Elise Whitson: From LifeChanger Foundation, whose expertise in mental health will provide valuable tools for fostering resilience and well-being in our youth.
- Engaging Talks: Listen to inspiring and thought-provoking talks from our expert speakers, exploring various aspects of mental health and resilience.
- Fundraising: By attending "Hope in Mind," you contribute to raising funds for the Youth in Transition program, ensuring that vital mental health resources and support services reach those who need them most.
- Networking: Connect with like-minded individuals, community members, and mental health professionals who share a common goal of nurturing mental well-being in our youth.
Who Should Attend:
We welcome everyone passionate about mental health advocacy, those interested in learning more about Youth in Transition, and individuals seeking to support the cause of mental well-being. This event is open to all members of the community, and we encourage you to bring your friends and family to be part of this transformative experience.
Join us at the Salvation Army on 23rd September 2023, from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM (Doors Open at 3:00 PM), as we come together to inspire hope, strengthen minds, and pave the way for a brighter future. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those facing mental health challenges.