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Counselling support for communities as bushfire season approaches

 The Frontline Bushfire Counselling service in East Gippsland has assisted more than 400 people with 2000 appointments since it was set up in January this year to support those impacted by the devastating summer bushfires.

Now, a primary concern for communities is the coming bushfire season and the traumatic triggers associated with the 12-month anniversary of the fires.

Gippsland PHN Chief Executive Officer, Amanda Proposch, said it was anticipated that service delivery would increase over the Christmas and New Year period.

Read the full media release below.

Media release – Counselling support for communities as bushfire season approaches

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