Gus supports RAMPH by taking Ambassador role

The Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health is a state-wide organisation that is committed to improving the mental health, wellbeing and resilience of rural and remote residents. "I had to get behind this organisation because I see that they are doing great work, they have a big heart and are working on the ground with communities that need assistance and providing them with the appropriate services.” said Gus.

RAMHP Program Manager Tessa Caton said “We know that men living outside of major cities are at greater risk of suicide than those living within major cities. Research also tells us that males are less likely to seek professional help and to use services for their mental health problems, compared to females.”

Gus understands the disparity between the city and rural areas and has always shown strong passion to help close the gap and support rural Aussie men.

“ Our activations in the Riverina have been so encouraging over the past 18 months. We have champions down in the area that regularly organise blokes nights and engage in the community constantly. We are on a mission to reach all areas of Australia with our programs and support.” said Gus.

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