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New funding to combat loneliness and disconnection in the Great South Coast

Kyra Gillespie
Updated November 5 2020 - 12:45pm, first published November 4 2020 - 8:22am
Western Victoria PHN chief executive officer Rowena Clift says the projects will work to counteract the sense of loneliness triggered by the prolonged social distancing laws caused by the pandemic.
Western Victoria PHN chief executive officer Rowena Clift says the projects will work to counteract the sense of loneliness triggered by the prolonged social distancing laws caused by the pandemic.

New support is on its way for people who are feeling lonely and disconnected because of COVID-19 isolation with an injection of $83,000 to the south-west.

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Kyra Gillespie

Kyra Gillespie

Journalist

Multi-platform journalist and digital / social producer for Australian Community Media, covering all the latest news across south-west Victoria. Got a news tip? Get in touch: kyra.gillespie@austcommunitymedia.com.au | 0475 951 618

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