Bunbury's Neville Jetta advocates new Headspace campaign

By Justin Rake
Updated October 23 2015 - 8:29pm, first published 8:02pm
South West Aboriginal Medical Service’s Natalie Jetta, Melbourne Demon and Headspace ambassador Neville Jetta, Newton Moore Senior High School Student Eli Hill and Headspace Bunbury centre manager Nicky Smith.
South West Aboriginal Medical Service’s Natalie Jetta, Melbourne Demon and Headspace ambassador Neville Jetta, Newton Moore Senior High School Student Eli Hill and Headspace Bunbury centre manager Nicky Smith.

THE suicide rate, especially from young aboriginals, is through the roof and we need to get it down.

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