The aim of the Welfare day was to help educate studnets and provide information and strategies to improce both their emotional and physical well being.

Representatives from Education, Health Services, Mental Health Service Providers, NSW Police and National Parks and Wildlife were onhand to provide the students with accurate and evidence based information aimed at decreasing stigma, increasing health literacy and promoting help seeking behaviours.

For more information on the Gundagai High School Welfare Day, please contact Megan Mulrooney.


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