Mental health charity roadshow educates people on mental fitness and mateship

Mental health charity Gotcha4Life are back on the road, visiting communities as part of their ‘Mateship Miles’ roadshow. Gotcha4Life Founder Gus Worland says the roadshow aims to educate Australians about building mental fitness and developing support networks to get through…

Mental health charity roadshow educates people on mental fitness and mateship

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Mental health charity Gotcha4Life are back on the road, visiting communities as part of their ‘Mateship Miles’ roadshow.

Gotcha4Life Founder Gus Worland says the roadshow aims to educate Australians about building mental fitness and developing support networks to get through hardship.

“It’s all about building the emotional muscle and getting them mentally fit by putting them through some workshops and just being there to listen to them and to give them as much help as we possibly can,” he told Sky News Australia.

“There’s way too many people worrying alone. There’s way too many people with too many struggles that they don’t share with their friends and family.”

Gotcha4Life will start the tour from Shepparton in Victoria, before making their way up to Sydney over the next week.

If you or anyone you know needs help:

Lifeline: 13 11 14

Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636

Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800

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