Rural Adversity Mental Health Program (RAMHP) has 19 Coordinators based across regional, rural and remote NSW who inform, educate and connect individuals, communities and workplaces with appropriate services and programs. We link people to local mental health services and resources, we educate workplaces and communities about mental health and wellbeing and we respond in times of natural disasters and severe adversity, including drought.
RAMHP provides training in Mental Health First Aid, Community Support Skills, Workplace Support Skills, Wellbeing and You, Volunteer Wellbeing and Getting through the Dry.
All people living in rural and remote New South Wales.
Visit www.ramhp.com.au for details on our training programs and a postcode locator to find your local RAMHP Coordinator.