The Victorian Government Department of Health, is providing residents of 27 regional Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Victoria, including Swan Hill Rural City Council, a free eResilience program, until November 2023.
Council’s CEO, Scott Barber said the eResilience program was an initiative aimed at enhancing the resilience of individuals and offered a unique opportunity for residents to bolster their mental health and overall wellbeing.
“The program comprises five comprehensive modules that guide participants in incorporating resilience-building strategies into their daily lives.
“Participants will gain access to resources and tools appropriately named ‘Tools for Tough Times’ to help them to reach their personal resilience goals,” Mr Barber said.
Mr Barber said the initiative was a game-changer for anyone looking to positively transform their resilience, as the program combines the expertise of mental health and wellbeing professionals with the convenience of online learning.
“The eResilience program is designed to empower individuals, offering them the knowledge and resources needed to navigate life’s challenges with strength and positivity.
“I encourage residents to take advantage of the opportunity to access the program, at absolutely no cost.
“Council is grateful to the Victorian Government for making innovative programs like this possible – having a positive impact on our community and beyond,” Mr Barber added.
For more information about eResilience or to sign up for the course, please click here and complete the expression of interest form.
*The program is limited to the first 2,500 eligible Victorians until November 2023.