Muster is a great outback kind of world! I offer my congratulations to Australian Rotary Health and all involved in the Muster for Mental Health, and appreciate the opportunity to express my support for Australian Rotary Health, an outstanding Australian project”
” Now it’s time for me to commend to you the Muster for Mental Health. These 12 Drives around Australia will bring Community Mental Heath Forums to regional and remote areas and reach out to Young Australians.
By engaging with Australian Rotary Health you are acknowledging the vision of Ian Scott and its many supporters for ARH to be a catalyst for improving the quality of life of people who are less able to help themselves.
I encourage you to support the Muster for Mental Health.”
Ian H.S. Riseley
Rotary President, 2017-18
“Rotarians and friends of Rotary
Almost half of the adult Australian population has experienced mental illness at some point in their lives. Research is essential in providing a great understand of mental illness and its causes. Australian Rotary Health plays a critical role by providing financial support for research, awareness and education across a whole range of health –related issues, including mental health.
In 2017, when setting out to create an event that would meet the same challenge that Ian Scott faced in 1982, Australian Rotary Health is embarking on the Muster for Mental Health – an exciting concept – challenging in its complexity – very demanding in its preparation and will be fulfilling for all involved.
It is critical for all Australians to work together to address young Australians mental health and support people living with mental illness, their families and friends. Australian Rotary Health Forums to remote and regional communities of Australia.
Australian Rotary Health cannot do it alone. Rotary Clubs and Districts need to support the Muster for Mental Health and become a Muster Mate. See what you can do at www.muster.org.au“
Noel Trevaskis OAM
Rotary International Director
“Noel was the District Governor of District 9710 in 2005-2006, and a past Board member and Chairman of Australian Rotary Health. He has also served as a Board member and Deputy Chairman of the Southern Tablelands Community College, a College assisting people with intellectual disabilities and special needs. He was a Rotary Coordinator and was Chairman of the RI Membership Development Committee for our two Zones as well as being a member of the Rotary International membership Committee. He is a recipient of a Key Rotarian Award from his District, the Service Above Self Award, and the Medal of the Order of Australia.“
Noel Trevaskis OAM
Rotary International Director Zone 8 2016 – 2017
“Thank You Terry and Australian Rotary Health,
For the opportunity of being able to participate in the legs from Darwin to Broome and Broome to Perth on the Mental Health Muster. Racheal and I are eagerly looking forward to the not only the trip, adventure, things we will experience and the wonderful new FRIENDS we will make.
The preparation and effort that has been put into this wonderful adventure is remarkable, again I must express my thanks.”
Keith and Racheal Marler