Stress Less in the Park – a fun morning out in Mental Health Week 2016

‘Stress Less in the Park’ was a fabulous morning celebrating Mental Health Week on the Alice Springs Hospital Lawns on Friday 14 October. The atmosphere was fantastic – everyone was smiling and soaking up the sunshine and the CAAMA live broadcast. The feedback from the public was really positive, and there was the best attendance from schools and community in the three years that ‘Stress Less in the Park’ has been running. There was a great sense of community and camaraderie, with everyone happily engaging with the many service providers who had stalls and entertainment. Alice Springs Mayor Damien Ryan was one of the many who enjoyed the festive buzz. Be sure to join us next year at ‘Stress Less in the Park’ for FUN, FUN and more FUN!

 

Setting up for a big morning

Setting up for a big morning

 

Pam Acres (MH CAHS) photo-bombs the MHACA stall

Pam Acres (MH CAHS) photo-bombs the MHACA stall

MHACA stall ready for action

MHACA stall ready for action

Dr Curly and Dr Disco administering clown medicine

Dr Curly and Dr Disco administering clown medicine

The crowd enjoying a fun morning out

The crowd enjoying a fun morning out

Clown Dr Curly spreading happy medicine

Dr Curly spreading happy medicine

Clown Dr Curly, Neily O'Connell (headspace) and Clown Dr Curly

Dr Curly, Neily O’Connell (headspace) and Dr Disco

Clown Dr Curly and MHACA CEO Sabine Wedemeyer

Dr Curly and MHACA CEO Sabine Wedemeyer

CatholicCare NT stall

CatholicCare NT stall

MHACA's Billie-Jo Wesley advertising free hugs

MHACA’s Billie-Jo Wesley advertising free hugs

Billie-Jo Wesley giving a free hug

Billie-Jo Wesley giving a free hug

Billie-Jo Wesley befriending the Mayor Damien Ryan

Billie-Jo Wesley befriending Mayor Damien Ryan

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