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Tasmania 2017 Registrations Are Open!

Tasmania 2017 Registrations Are Open!

Black Dog Ride’s inaugural adventure to the Apple Isle departs in late October from every corner of the country to kickstart a national conversation about mental health, meeting in Hobart to celebrate this inspiring grassroots suicide prevention ride.

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Blazing a Trail of Wellness for WA Prison Officers

Blazing a Trail of Wellness for WA Prison Officers

The West Australian Prison Officer's Union wanted to shine a spotlight on mental health amongst WA Prison Officers, and invited Black Dog Ride along to share our story.

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Brainstorming the Road Ahead for Black Dog Ride

Brainstorming the Road Ahead for Black Dog Ride

Facing a crossroads this year, the BDR brains trust came together to evaluate and assess the internal and external environment of Black Dog Ride; develop measurable objectives going forward; and work towards establishing the vision and values which drives Black Dog Ride's direction, sustainability and outcomes as a suicide prevention charity into the future.

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From Masterchef to Motorcycles

From Masterchef to Motorcycles

Masterchef Australia contestant Ben Bullock is embarking on an adventure like no other that will take him half way around the world on a Hunter motorcycle from Perth WA to Perth, Scotland. This ride has a purpose: Ben wants to inspire people to go out "become involved" and "have a go". Being engaged and involved is one of the best ways to beat the black dog.

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Denmark Does It Again!

Denmark Does It Again!

Black Dog Riders in Regional WA Fund MHFA Training For 55 Community Members! Sunday July 22nd marked the day when 55 community members in and around Denmark WA had been trained in Mental Health First Aid by Black Dog Ride funded courses.

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I lost my best mate to suicide and since then, I've made it my life's mission to prevent suicide. It can be hard for people to talk about mental health and Black Dog Ride's activities encourage people to get together and start these conversations, which is vital, it's the catalyst for seeking support. Get involved today and join us in bringing hope to communities nationwide.

David Peach, CEO

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