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Strong spirit strong mind (SSSM) - survey of Aboriginal young people in Perth WA

Date posted: 17 May 2016

The Mental Health Commission (MHC) is calling for Aboriginal young people aged 12-25 years within Perth metro, Western Australia, to participate in the evaluation of the Strong spirit strong mind (SSSM) metro project campaign, through a survey, which is to be made available soon.

The campaign aims to prevent the early uptake of alcohol and other drugs by Aboriginal young people aged 12-25 years. A repeat of the campaign commenced on 20 March, 2016.

MHC is now preparing to evaluate the campaign through the survey, which will focus on what young people thought about the SSSM metro project campaign.

For more information about how you can participate in the evaluative survey, please see the links below.

Source: Mental Health Commission (MHC)


Last updated: 19 May 2016
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