Mental Health Event October

We were recently informed that 60% of school students are suffering from severe anxiety around exams and the pressures of performance.

With October being Mental Health Month, we held a Mental Health Event at Cranebrook High School open to community, more specifically Cranebrook school students who may be suffering from mental health issues.

The event was a safe space, encouraging community to have those difficult conversations in an uplifting and supportive environment with referrals and ongoing support provided to many families.

One of the best bits of the night was a free yoga class focusing on centred breathing, meditation and relaxation techniques, useful practises that students could take with them and use in moments of anxiety during these demanding school periods.

The event was held in partnership with Uniting Ability, Headspace, Like Mind, Breakthru and many other agencies. We would like to thank Cranebrook High School and all the partners for their support allowing us to be able to run this event for the local community.

We wish the best of luck to all the students that are completing their HSC in the next few weeks.

Check out photos from the night below:

Harrison, a local Cranebrook Resident created artwork for the flyer for this mental health event. So impressive!


If you are having a hard time, there are services that you can reach out to:


Phone:  13 11 14
Crisis Support Chat

Kids Helpline

Phone: 1800 55 1800

White Wreath 

Phone: 1300 766 177 or
Mobile: 0410 526 562  (you are able to text this number for support)

Mental Health Line

Phone: 1800 011 511





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