Mental Health Week 2017: Access Wellbeing Services launches RESILnZ mobile app

18 October 2017

Access Wellbeing Services has this week launched a new mobile phone app, RESILnZ, to coincide with Mental Health Day on 10 October.

Western Australians face daily stress and challenges to their mental health in finding a steady work-life balance. The RESILnZ app has been created as a support tool for workers in WA to monitor, maintain and build their mental strength and resilience through evidence-based exercises.

The app is free for all Catholic Education Western Australia employees and can be downloaded from the app store for both Apple and Android devices.

For more information visit the website

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