SEPTEMBER

4-5: 20-26: beyondblue roadshow visits Toowoomba. For more, click here.

9: R U OK? Bus tour stops in Albury. For more, c lick here

10: Specialist mental health services for older people in the community forum, Tamworth. For more, click here.

10: R U OK? Bus tour stops in Canberra. For more, c lick here.

10: World Suicide Prevention Day. To find local events, click here.

10-11: Mental Health First Aid course, Menindee. For more, click here.

11: R U OK? Day. For more, click here

20-21: 10-11: Mental Health First Aid course, Albury. For more, click here.

30: WISE Stand Up For Mental Health comedy event, Sydney Town Hall. For more, click here.

OCTOBER

October is national mental health month

3: Odd Socks Day – pull on your odd socks and help stamp out stigma around mental illness. For more, click here.

10: World Mental Health Day. To find local events, click here.

10: Hat Day – wear a hat and make a donation to help shine a light on mental illness in Australia. For more, click here.

16-17: Mental Health First Aid course, Tamworth. For more, click here.

NOVEMBER

16-22: Post-Natal Depression Week. For more, click here.

20-26: beyondblue roadshow visits Ballina. For more, c lick here.

28-December 4: beyondblue roadshow visits Tamworth. For more, click here.

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