Mariposa Trails is dedicated to community learning. We believe in creating opportunities to learn, exchange ideas and that community conversations are a way to lead respect, empathy and at the same time value different adversities. We are all vulnerable to an emotional crisis and our goal is to build capacity in the community and value mental health as well as physical health.
5 Ways To Wellbeing
Join us for the 5 Ways To Wellbeing Workshop in the Spanish-speaking community.
Interactive Activities. Information. Music Therapy with Diana & Jorge
Saturday 19th of December, 2020 -12:00 pm -3:30 pm
Para Hills Hub, 22 Wilkinson Road, Para Hills
For more information, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or via text on 0432 915 391
RSVP by the 16th of December
Knowing the Voice of Lived Experiences
This course explores the diverse experiences of living with stressful, traumatic situations and mental illness. We explore self-help strategies, services and interventions and connecting with other ideas that contribute respect and strengths to the lived experience.
Well-being and Resilience
A community course exploring how the physical, mental, social, cultural, psychological, and emotional aspects are interrelated. Includes interactive activities and practicing the 5 Ways To Well-Being.
Helpless to Hopeful
This course is written from personal perspectives on suicide and includes prevention messages including life-saving conversations and exploring risks and protective factors. This course will also give you links to support services and interventions that you can use.
October and December 2020
Previous EVENTS & Projects
última sesión del calendario
Espacio auspiciado de Australia Post Community grants y Northern Volunteering SA.
Resiliencia y Música
Mariposa Trails Website Launch
The launch brought over 60 participants from the Latin American community together to explore themes of belonging, identity, cultural expression and community responses to social health, wellbeing and suicide prevention. This event supported by the Salisbury Suicide Prevention Network. These occasions connect people, places and moments of joy and belonging creating a collective wellbeing experience involving language culture and the arts.
A Senior's project on wellbeing
Part of Arthink a project carried out in 2011, by Relationships Australia SA, Mark Loughhead senior practitoner and Estela Fuentes Community Educator.