Young people aged 13 to 24 are being urged to have a say about their health at a special Youth Community Conversation at the Bunbury Library on Tuesday, 10 October from 5pm to 7pm.
The City of Bunbury and the Youth Advisory Council are supporting the WA Department of Health and Consumer and Community Health Research Network event.
The event seeks input and perspective from young people into the WA Youth Health Policy.
Participants will be offered a small payment for their attendance and there will be pizza and refreshments provided.
The aim of the Community Conversation is to ensure regional and rural youth have their voices heard on this important issue.
Young people from all areas of the community are encouraged to attend, including people interested in health; those living with chronic conditions or rare disorder; refugees or migrants; Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders; those living with a disability; LGBTQI; carers, including young people caring for parents/family members; living with mental health or emotional issues; and pregnant or a parent.
Registrations are essential and can be made by visiting http://bit.ly/YouthHealthPolicyBunbury.