Black Dog Institute launches mental health service to aid first responders

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By Peter Daniels
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:20pm, first published November 18 2020 - 5:00pm
Help here: The Bush Fire Support Service offers emergency service workers and their adult family members up to 12 one-on-one psychological mental health care sessions. Photo: Sharon Ford, Telegraph Point.

First responders now have access to free mental health services under a new plan launched by the Black Dog Institute.

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Peter Daniels

Senior Journalist

Peter Daniels is the senior journalist with the Port Macquarie News, Wauchope Gazette and Camden Haven Courier and is responsible for covering news, council, politics, court, civic news and feature writing.

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