STARTING THE CONVERSATION

STARTING THE CONVERSATION

The Top Six Inches - breaking the mental unwellness stigma by starting a conversation

Published on Monday, March 1, 2021

Top Six Inches prints are available for $300. They act as a mental health/wellbeing conversation starter in your shed; office or home.

Help remove the stigma attached to mental unwellness by encouraging healthy conversations. 

To order phone your local Rural Support Trust or click on this link and complete the form. The Top Six Inches canvas will be couriered/posted to your details following payment. 

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