Meet & Greet @ GoCo

GoCo Community Care invite you to join us to celebrate Local Government Week with a Meet & Greet morning tea.

Where: GoCo Community Care Centre, 80 Marquis Street, Gunnedah

When: 10-11am, Wednesday 2nd August

Find out more about the services GoCo provides to the Gunnedah community, including

  • Community Transport
  • Aged Care Services
  • Disability Support Services
  • Mental Health Support
  • Assistance with Care and Housing
  • Information and Referral Services

This event is open to the community, and we encourage you to invite anyone who may want to meet the GoCo staff and learn more about the services available to them.

For the full schedule of events please click here: Local Government Week 2017 Program, or find out what’s happening on Gunnedah Shire Council’s Facebook page.

Want to help the Mental Health of your community?

FREE and accredited Mental Health First Aid courses

Gunnedah Community College are running two FREE and accredited Mental Health First Aid courses this year on the 30th-31st August and 18th-19th October.

Mental Health workshop Gunnedah August

Please contact Lena Curran on 02 67425630 to register or for more information.

For further information about Mental Health First Aid Australia, please click here to visit their website.


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