Kids Helpline boosts bushfire mental health services

By: stothill 26 Feb Media Releases, Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline has announced additional funding of $500,000 to boost bushfire response measures to support children who may be struggling with mental health issues in the wake of the bushfires.

The funding, through the Australian Government, enables Kids Helpline to direct counsellor resources to respond to contacts from children and young people in bushfire affected regions over the next 12 months.

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