Four speakers will talk about how faith can help mental health at an event in Ballarat East on Friday.
At a forum, called 'Holistic Health and the positive influence of faith', they will give presentations, followed by a round-table discussion.
The event, which takes place at the Four Corners Cafe in Barkly Square, is being organised by the Ballarat Interfaith Network with the support of the Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council.
The speakers are: Sundram Sivamalai, Victorian Multicultural Commissioner and community engagement leader; Rachel Muir, an Intercultural Ambassador and Aboriginal Development Officer for Ballarat Community Health; Kevan Pitcher, a psychologist and member of the Ballarat Baha'i community; and Des Hudson, a councillor and leading senior constable.
The event is free, although organisers say donations are welcome.
If you would like to attend, you can register your interest at Eventbrite or by calling 0418 383 802 or 0400 650 234. The forum starts at 6.45pm and runs until 9pm. The address is 25-39 Barkly St.
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