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Western NSW Primary Health Network provides extra support to rural youth mental health | Narromine News

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Rural Youth are set to receive extra support for mental health due to a funding boost from Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN). A new variation to the WNSW PHN’s Rural Youth Mental Health Service contract would see services delivered through the Benevolent Society expand in a number of locations across Parkes, Forbes, Condobolin, Cowra, Coonabarabran, Walgett, Gilgandra, Cobar, Nyngan, and Narromine. READ ALSO: The boost would also bring a new service to Mudgee, which currently has limited mental health service provision for rural youth. WNSW PHN acting CEO, Robert Strickland, said the funding would allow RYMH to deliver positive outcomes for more of the region’s youth. “RYMH has proven to be a service that…



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