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Streets aHead Mental Health Festival 15 October 2011

Stories in the media - September 2011

Media stories for the month of September

Moonee Valley Weekly - 27 September - Doutta Galla Health back in festival mode

Ten-year festival veterans The Young Oddbods will headline the Streets aHead Festival this year as part of Mental Health Week.

Moonee Valley's Doutta Galla Community Health (DGCH) will continue its involvement with the annual festival, which is used to raise the profile of mental health and reduce associated stigma.

Artwork created by Doutta Galla clients will be on show and available to purchase.

DGCH chief executive Caz Healy says her organisation has been involved with the festival for 15 years.
"We've seen it grow from a small event for clients of mental health services to a socially inclusive community festival."
The festival will be held at the Commonwealth Reserve, Williamstown, from 10am on October 15.


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