With COVID playing havoc with events these past few months, genU was excited to officially launch our new low intensity mental health service in partnership with the Western Victoria Primary Health Network.
Fifty attendees logged on for a virtual event featuring Western Victoria Primary Health Network CEO Rowena Clift and genU CEO Clare Aimes. Guests also heard from genU staff about the importance of this new service in a challenging COVID landscape via a video question and answer session.
The event closed with a heart-felt sharing of mental health lived experience from mental health advocate, Nicole Scott.
“Everyone should be able to feel safe, supported, connected and loved. There’s so many services out there available, that are free”, Nicole said.
“So it’s really important to reach out… Please remember you are loved, you belong, and you are enough, even when you don’t feel like it.”
We are pleased to share the two video excerpts from the event below:
Low Intensity Mental Health Service Introduction
My journey - Nicole Scott
About our service
Suitable for people of all ages and abilities, genU can provide participants with mental health support via a variety of flexible service options including phone, online and face-to-face sessions.
Residents of in Western Victoria are eligible to self-refer to genU to access low intensity mental health support in Geelong-Otway, Ballarat-Goldfields, Wimmera-Grampians and South Coast Victoria.
Check out our Mental Health Support page for more details.