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Get Involved: Help Shape the Future of Wangaratta as a Friend of Grit and Resilience!

Calling all community champions! Be part of positive change in Wangaratta. The Friends of Grit and Resilience want YOU to help improve mental health and well-being. Share your thoughts, spread the word, and make a real difference.

Join the Movement: Become part of a group dedicated to building strength and togetherness in our community. Your passion is all you need. Let's create a Wangaratta where everyone feels supported.

Flexible Participation: We know life is busy! Whether you have a little or a lot of time, your contribution counts. No pressure, just a positive impact.

Enjoy the Benefits: Gain skills, connect with like-minded people, and make a meaningful change. Be a Friend of Grit and Resilience and support well-being.

Learn More: Reach out today to become a Friend of Grit and Resilience. Visit our website for more information. Let's make Wangaratta even better together!

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Grit and Resilience Consortium

Delivery of the Grit and Resilience Program is by a Consortium of representatives that includes community members and organisations. 

Membership of the Grit and Resilience Program Consortium (Social Inclusion Action Groups) reflects the broader Wangaratta community. Membership includes a variety of lived and living experiences including members with experience of mental ill health, psychological distress, addiction and/or social exclusion, isolation and discrimination. Membership reflects the diverse communities (defined as people with a disability, LGBTIQ+ people and people from CALD background), as well as include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, young people and older adults.

The membership of the Grit and Resilience Consortium has two types of partners:

  • Community partners - includes local community members with a variety of lived and living experiences and reflect our diverse community.
  • Organisations - who provide a perspectives on social inclusion, connection and mental health and wellbeing promotion within the Wangaratta Community

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