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Free Mental Health First Aid

Are you a Yarra Ranges resident who volunteers in the Yarra Ranges? Would
you like to increase your confidence in responding to people experiencing
mental health problems?
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) will teach you how to provide initial support to
adults aged 18+ who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health
crisis, until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves.

Pathways for Carers

The Pathways for Carers project offers carers of people with a disability or mental illness an opportunity to share walks together and to learn more about news, services and support available to carers. Looking forward to welcoming our carers back in 2021. Date and time to be advised.

Contact Shona by email for more information, or call 5962 5982.

HEWI – Healesville Environment Watch Inc

HEWI is a community group acting to protect and conserve our local environment.


May 1st – Family Waterbugs Workshop
May 16th – Strategic Plan Workshop
29th May – Native Seed Propagation Workshop

Family Waterbugs Workshop is suitable for children aged 6 – 16. Bookings are essential.
Cost: $10 per child – Accompanying adults attend for free. Register by Thursday 29th April.

Contact Karen:
Phone:5962 5115  |  Mob: 0418 999 936 | email:


These groups are facilitated in partnership with HLLC, or operate onsite at 1 Badger Creek Road, Healesville.

Step Back Outside

A free support group for those who feel that they would like to reconnect to the outside world after the COVID19 shutdown. This is a small group which includes social activities and discussions.
Wednesdays from May 19th.

Healesville Arts and Minds

Explore the beauty of creative arts and share information about mental health. This group is about enjoying social connections and peer support. New members welcome.
Tuesdays from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fees: Gold coin donation and HLLC membership
Contact us for more information.

Healesville Connect

This group helps members of our local community connect. Weekly meetings to help meet and stay connected will be held monthly on site at Healesville Living and Learning Centre. Visit Healesville Connect on Facebook for more details.

Onsite at HLLC

HEWI – Healesville Environment Watch Inc
Meets on the second Thursday of the month at HLLC from 7:30 pm.
Contact: Karen Garth: 5962 5982

APM Employment Services help people find and keep a job, and support them to deal with challenges to employment such as injury, illness or disability. For more information, contact us on 1800 276 276 or visit

Job Prospects
Job Prospects is a jobactive and Disability Employment Services – Employment Support Service. We offer specialist services in disability, homelessness and youth. Contact Job Prospects: 9024 8450

Salvation Army Employment Plus
As one of Australia’s largest recruiters, we provide our job seekers with specialised training, work experience and a range of support services, to help them find meaningful employment. Call us on 136 123 Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

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