Resilient Ararat gets thumbs up from schools and sponsors for youth mental health program

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Updated March 10 2021 - 11:07pm, first published 5:00pm
SPONSOR SUPPORT: PHOTO: L-R Ebony, Mia, Milla, Archie, and Lucy with Mellow in the Yellow committee members Anthony Brady and Mick Morgan, Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership executive officer Suzannah Burton, Ararat Community Enterprise members Russell Pearce and Max Perovich, and Central Grampians LLEN acting chief executive Jane Moriarty. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
SPONSOR SUPPORT: PHOTO: L-R Ebony, Mia, Milla, Archie, and Lucy with Mellow in the Yellow committee members Anthony Brady and Mick Morgan, Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership executive officer Suzannah Burton, Ararat Community Enterprise members Russell Pearce and Max Perovich, and Central Grampians LLEN acting chief executive Jane Moriarty. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Schools and sponsors are eager for Resilient Ararat to continue developing after the program showed its worth during a tumultuous first year.

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Klaus Nannestad

Journalist

Klaus is a journalist at the Ararat Advertiser. He has previously worked at the Surf Coast Times, Geelong Times, and the Bellarine Times.

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