Oct 23 2019

An organisation linked with the Primary Health Network, Co-ordinaire is recognising the stress created in rural communities through the on-going drought.


Pa2Health has announced a free four-week health and well-being challenge to residents of the Shoalhaven and southern NSW.


Pa2Health CEO, Judy Davie says getting physically and mentally healthy is particularly difficult to achieve for farmers and their families with the continuing drought.


With funding from the Health Network, Co-ordinaire, 550 residents in the southern area will be able to take part in a free digital health service.


It combines stress and sleep strategies, health eating, psychology and exercise to suit all fitness levels.

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