Gatecrasher has been appointed by Cancer Council WA (the NGO partner for the Mental Health Commission) to provide creative advertising services for the MHC’s Think Mental Health program.
The Think Mental Health program was launched in 2017 as a key initiative of Suicide Prevention 2020 strategy and forms the basis of a comprehensive approach aimed at mental health promotion and the prevention of mental health issues in Western Australia.
Tony Scampoli, Gatecrasher MD said “We are delighted to have been selected for this very important program. We have long wanted the opportunity to work with the Mental Health Commission and it’s great that this also allows us to build even futher on our productive working relationship with Cancer Council WA.
“Health promotion has been a passion of ours for some time and this appointment is significant for Gatecrasher considering the importance of mental health issues in our community”.
Julia Stafford, Alcohol Program Manager at Cancer Council WA, said “Gatecrasher has produced high impact advertising that makes a difference across several prevention areas for Cancer Council WA and we look forward to seeing Gatecrasher apply their expertise to support mental health in WA”.