Rural Support Trust and New Zealand Young Farmers are leveraging their respective strengths and expertise to increase awareness of services to ensure young people working and training in the food and fibre sector know what’s available to them for maintaining good mental health. Young Farmer CEO Lynda Coppersmith says one of the main goals is to improve connections between young people in the industry and positive mental health outcomes. She says they are aiming to provide resources and guidance to those who may be struggling and get them the right professional support and the help they need. The ultimate aim is to create resilient and supportive rural communities.
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