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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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Tasmania 2017 Registrations Now Open!

Tasmania 2017 Registrations Now 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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1 Dayer Raffle Winner Rides Away on His Indian

1 Dayer Raffle Winner Rides Away on His Indian

Black Dog Rider David Goddard was stunned when his ride Coordinators, Merv and Julie Storton, announced at lunch during the Fleurieu 1 Dayer that he was the winner of Black Dog Ride's Registration Incentive Raffle. The prize? An awesome Indian Scout valued at $19,995!

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Message From Black Dog Ride's New CEO

Message From Black Dog Ride's New CEO

When I first heard that Steve Andrews was stepping aside, my first thought (after that initial “What the...?" moment) was ‘OK… what now?” Read the message of introduction that Black Dog Ride's new CEO has written for Black Dog Riders...

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Black Dog Ride Welcomes New CEO

Black Dog Ride Welcomes New CEO

In the search for Black Dog Ride's inaugural CEO, we knew we needed a visionary, someone with dedication and drive to grow Black Dog Ride; a team player who can bring together hundreds of volunteers and thousands of Black Dog Riders for our common cause. It is with great excitement for the future that the Board now announces Black Dog Ride's new CEO.

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Remember, depression is an illness, not a weakness and effective treatments are available. It's important to seek help early and with the right treatment most people recover. If you are concerned that you or someone you know may have depression, talk to a doctor or another health professional today. If we talk about depression and work together we can make a difference.

Steve Andrews, Founder

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