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Programs supporting men kicking goals at Ulverstone in North West Tasmania

New Mornings, a not-for-profit mental health service supporting North West Tasmania based in Ulverstone, will run a nine-week program for men dealing with loss.

Starting on 30 April, Men Moving Forward, is for men struggling with the loss of someone or “something really important.” Starting on 30 April, Men Moving Forward is for men struggling with the loss of someone or "something really important." This could be the loss of a job, purpose, status, opportunity, or relationship loss, including bereavement. 

“This is tailor-made for blokes like you. In a confidential, safe space, you'll find your people – other blokes who've walked your path,” say the organisers.

“Get ready to rebuild stronger than ever. Expert guidance, shared stories, and battle-tested strategies await.”

Men Moving Forward is yet another significant opportunity for blokes in Tassie’s Northwest to find connection and support.

Man Up Tasmania is also based in Ulverstone, and on 19 April will partner with the Ulverstone Football Club for an event called Seeds of Wellbeing. Three speakers will kick off proceedings at the footy club at 6pm, with a free invitation for attendees to “Support yourself by sowing seeds for self-health.”

Ulverstone Footy Club also sponsors The Better Blokes Project podcast, which is now in its third season.

Men Care Too’s Greg Smith set up a Mr Perfect Ulverstone BBQ several years ago, which regularly attracts around 20 men on the 1st Sunday of each month. In addition, there is a Mates Coffee Club every Monday at 10am at McCarthy’s Bread Lounge in Reibey Street, Ulverstone and a Man Walk Ulverstone at 9am every Saturday (also starting at McCarthy’s).

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New Mornings provides a range of community-based mental health programs. Find out more.





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