IN THE PRESS | Club heads up health

Sunbury and Macedon Ranges Star Weekly

Woodend Hesket Football Netball Club is taking a stance on mental health.

Former AFL player and mental health advocate Wayne Schwass attended the club’s mental health forum on Sunday.

Schwass, who played for North Melbourne and Sydney suffered mental health issues during his playing career.

He has since started Puka Up, a social enterprise dedicated to raising awareness about mental health, emotional wellbeing and suicide prevention.

Read the full story at the STAR WEEKLY. 

Photo: Luke Hemer


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