Hope Assistance Local Tradies (HALT) will be holding our very first online ‘Save Your Bacon Brekky’ event on Wednesday 20th May, coming live and direct to your workplace, worksite, or your home. We’re inviting tradies from the Mornington and Mount Martha region to participate. Join us from your workplace and we’ll shout you brekky and […]
Tim (HALT’s counsellor) and Jeremy are beaming live from Facebook into your home for another weekly live chat about about COVID-19 and the support services that are available in the community. There will hopefully be some laughs as well as critical information around looking after yourself. Tune in Wednesday April 15th at 7PM AEST. Here’s […]
We are holding a special Partners of Tradies night on the 27th of February in Dromana at Jetty Road Brewery. It’s a fundraising seafood dinner, with a limited 50 tickets available, so please book via this link now if you’d like to attend. HALT’s ‘Partners of Tradies’ events have become a great link to services […]
Jetty Road Brewery in Dromana on the Mornington Peninsula are hosting a ‘Save Your Bacon’ brekky from 7- 8am on 28th November. Jeremy will be speaking alongside local mum Kerri McMillan, who recently lost her electrician apprentice son to suicide. Egg and bacon rolls will be donated by local businesses for the event, and coffee […]
After the success of last year’s HALT brekky in East Geelong at The Gordon TAFE, we’re having another one! Jeremy will be back again to speak to apprentices and staff on November 1st, alongside guest speakers from several other mental health groups.
The ‘Partners of Tradies’ events are an integral part of HALT’s work. The event was introduced in 2016, debuting in Castlemaine. After a successful two years running in Castlemaine, we will now deliver it to regional towns Bendigo, Ballarat and Swan Hill, thanks to a community Grant from the Westpac foundation. The ‘Partners of Tradies’ […]
We’re excited to present our second Partners of Tradies event! This is an opportunity for those in the community whose partners are tradies, or friends and family, to come along and hear from service providers and people with lived experience on what assistance is out there on a local and national level and how […]