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Healthy and resilient communities evaluation / Stuart Auckland, Heather Bridgman, Jonathan Mond, Katherine Kent, Ha Hoang, Josephine de Deuge, Christine Materia, Janene Glover, Laura Smith, Sarah Skromanis and Terry Purton
Bib ID 7753934
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Auckland, Stuart, author
 
Description [Oatlands, Tasmania] : Rural Alive & Well, 2018 
108 pages : 1 map ; 30 cm 
ISBN 9780648280521 (paperback)
Summary

“The Centre for Rural Health , Tasmania was commissioned b Rural Alive and Well (RAW) to conduct an evaluation of RAW’s Healthy and Resilience Communities (HaRC) program. … The HaRC program is one of three mental health and suicide prevention programs delivered to rural Tasmanian communities by RAW. The primary goal of the HaRC program is to enhance mental health and wellbeing community protective factors such as coping capability, resilience and connectedness, to better equip rural Tasmanian communities to react to challenging life experiences.”--Executive summary.

Notes

Title from cover.

"February 2018, Centre for Rural Health, University of Tasmania"--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 79-82)

Funded by the Ian Potter Foundation.

Subjects Rural Alive & Well Inc. Healthy and Resilience Communities Program -- Evaluation.  |  Rural mental health services -- Tasmania -- Evaluation.  |  Society & Social Sciences.  |  Literary studies: general.  |  Tasmania -- Rural conditions.  |  Tasmania -- Social conditions.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Bridgman, Heather, author  |  Mond, Jonathan, author  |  Kent, Katherine, author  |  Hoang, Ha, author  |  De Deuge, Josephine, author  |  Materia, Christine J., author  |  Glover, Janene, author  |  Smith, Laura, author  |  Skromanis, Sarah, author  |  Purton, Terry, author  |  Ian Potter Foundation, sponsoring body  |  University of Tasmania. Centre for Rural Health  |  Rural Alive & Well Inc., issuing body

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