FEEL GOOD: Bridges Mental Health Rehabilitation Event Co-ordinator Jo Miller with Kyle Geary and Sarah Heathorn who are participating in the Crush Festival and Mental Health Week Behind the Mask' art exhibition which is by people who bravery shared their individual stories of recovery from mental illnesses. Photo: Zach Hogg / NewsMail
FEEL GOOD: Bridges Mental Health Rehabilitation Event Co-ordinator Jo Miller with Kyle Geary and Sarah Heathorn who are participating in the Crush Festival and Mental Health Week Behind the Mask' art exhibition which is by people who bravery shared their individual stories of recovery from mental illnesses. Photo: Zach Hogg / NewsMail Zach Hogg

Take a look behind the mask

BUNDABERG is invited to go behind the mask and take a look into the world of people living with mental illness.

Focus groups will be held in Bundaberg this week as part of Mental Health Week 2013.

Event organisers say anyone with an interest in mental health is encouraged to attend.

A free focus group with the topic of stigma will be held at 1.30pm today.

Another free focus group will be held tomorrow at 1.30pm with the topic of recovery.

All events are held at the Dirty Linen Art Space on 39 Hurst St.

For more information about Behind the Mask phone Mental Health Rehabilitation and Recovery on 4154 2300.



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