Colourful costumes set a festive atmosphere as headspace Dubbo celebrated its second birthday.
It hosted a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party on Saturday, attended by staff, clients and supporters.
Headspace Dubbo moves into its third year after making gains in helping 12 to 25-year-olds with their mental health.
In the lead-up to the party headspace Dubbo’s program manager Rachel Thomas revealed the delivery of services to 1500 young people and their families, and visits to more than 120 schools and businesses to “break down the stigmas associated with mental health”.
“Our presence is growing and growing, and that’s exactly what we want,” Ms Thomas said.
“We want the community to talk about and understand mental health.”
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