Federal Government increases mental health spending

Rodney Woods
By Rodney Woods
Updated July 4 2022 - 1:39pm, first published January 31 2022 - 12:00am
Recognition needed: The EPICentre owners and counsellors Darren and Jeanette Radley want to see counsellors included in the Medicare Benefits Scheme to help reduce waiting lists. Picture: Supplied.

Mental health has been a major talking point since the COVID-19 pandemic began and with many people still isolated from loved ones, more and more individuals are seeking out support.

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Rodney Woods

Rodney Woods

Reporter

I'm excited to have joined The Advocate team having grown up reading the publication. I have experience in agricultural, general and sport reporting during my time in northern Victoria. If you have a story idea, contact me at: rodney.woods@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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