Post-bushfire Community Health & Wellbeing Consultation

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The 2019/20 bushfires have had a lasting impact on parts of the South Western Sydney region.
This includes communities in Wollondilly, Wingecarribee, Camden and the suburb of Horsley Park (Fairfield Local Government Area).

Bushfire regrowth green plants


About the consultation

We're looking to assess the needs and gaps of bushfire-affected communities. This information will help to enhance supports which promote community wellbeing and participation, so that support is in line with local need.


Who can participate?

The survey is open to community members who were affected by the 2019/20 bushfires. This also includes frontline workers/volunteers, community workers, health professionals and representatives from government agencies, supporting those affected.

How will this help communities?

By sharing your thoughts and experiences, you will help inform our approach. Your responses will help make sure mental health and wellbeing support is available where it is needed most.


Where to find out more information

For more information about bushfire support, resources and other mental health support - visit the SWSPHN website.



The 2019/20 bushfires have had a lasting impact on parts of the South Western Sydney region.
This includes communities in Wollondilly, Wingecarribee, Camden and the suburb of Horsley Park (Fairfield Local Government Area).

Bushfire regrowth green plants


About the consultation

We're looking to assess the needs and gaps of bushfire-affected communities. This information will help to enhance supports which promote community wellbeing and participation, so that support is in line with local need.


Who can participate?

The survey is open to community members who were affected by the 2019/20 bushfires. This also includes frontline workers/volunteers, community workers, health professionals and representatives from government agencies, supporting those affected.

How will this help communities?

By sharing your thoughts and experiences, you will help inform our approach. Your responses will help make sure mental health and wellbeing support is available where it is needed most.


Where to find out more information

For more information about bushfire support, resources and other mental health support - visit the SWSPHN website.


Questions?

If you have a question about the application process, you can contact us here. We will aim to respond within five working days. We value and appreciate your request and will do our best to research and give you the answer.

Are questions asked immediately visible to other participants?

No. Questions in this section are not immediately visible to others on the page. We will usually answer your question privately unless we feel that others will benefit from the response. In this case we will publish the question and answer in this section.

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