Money raised from a community football match last year has been put to good use.
Grampians Community Health helped drive the Healthy Blokes Over 40s football game at Ararat last August to promote men's health and mental health as well as raise money.
Hope and Assistance to Local Tradies or HALT has now partnered with Grampians Community Health since then to give a unique insight into dealing with mental health.
Grampians Community Health chief executive Greg Little said a commitment was made to use the funds from the football match to hold mental health awareness raising sessions and first aid courses at places where men frequent.
"The HALT sessions are the first step in honouring this commitment and investing in the mental health of blokes in our community" said Mr Little.
More information about HALT is available by contacting Grampians Community Health.
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