Car restraints wanted to keep kids safe

Car restraints wanted to keep kids safe

The Lismore Women and Childrens Refuge Centre (LWCRC) is asking local people and businesses, including manufacturers of child restraints, to donate new car child restraints, booster seats and/or funds so the centre can purchase car seats for its young clients.

The centre will use the restraints to transport children and their parents, and will work with Dennys Upholsterers to ensure the child seats meet current standards and are correctly fitted.

If you can help out in any way, phone the Eva Roberts at the LWCRC on 6621 2685.

Mental health support

GROW is a community mental health movement offering support and guidance for people with mental health problems and it just celebrated its 50th anniversary.

GROW is now inviting people to come to their weekly meetings all around the region, where a 12 step program in a group setting is used to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of mental and emotional breakdown.

Participation is strictly voluntary and anonymous, and its free.

To find out where your nearest GROW group meets phone 6621 3737.


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