Sporting and recreation clubs across Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula will be better able to support the mental health and wellbeing of their members through the delivery of the THRIVE program.
Successfully trialled in the education sector, THRIVE is designed to support young people to develop positive mental health and wellbeing, while using the principles of positive psychology.
Local clubs have an open invitation to find out how THRIVE can benefit them by attending a Zoom online briefing session on Wednesday, November 18, from 6pm to 6.45pm.
Mental health support is vital for sporting clubs, according to Josh Connell, THRIVE coordinator.
“Coming out of COVID-19, protecting the mental health and wellbeing of the community has never been so important,’’ he said.
“Selected clubs will have exclusive access to resources and receive a tailored approach to their club. Participation is free but places are limited.’’
Clubs have an open invitation to attend the briefing session. Register at https://www.trybooking.com/BMJYZ.
THRIVE is funded by South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN) and is being piloted by the St Kilda Football Club in partnership with the THRIVE Collective.
Members of the Collective include: Langwarrin Positive Education and Community Network, Peninsula Health, Frankston City Council and the Primary Care Partnership.
The THRIVE pilot will facilitate capacity building and resource development to enable sport and recreation centres in the Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula to create health promoting environments, disseminate wellbeing resources and implement training in suicide prevention and mental wellbeing.
Details: Josh Connell, THRIVE Coordinator, 0424038133 or [email protected]
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