Mental Health in Regional Australia


Are you ok?  Three words that could save someone’s life.

Depression can affect anyone but isolation and difficulty accessing services makes the problem more acute in regional areas. Hear from a farmer who has struggled with depression and learn what you can do to help those around you.

This is one of seven podcasts produced at the Horizon Summit in June 2016 with the support of SYN Media. Young farmers and agricultural science students from around Australia convened for the summit and shared their views on the future of agriculture.

This podcast was produced by Ali Gill, Claudia Raleigh, Eli Lim, Eliza Claire Seymour, Jessica Kirkpatrick and Laura Bruce

This podcast contains discussions about mental health and suicide, if you or someone you know are experiencing signs of depression you can seek support from Lifeline – 13 11 14


August 2nd 2016
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