Training and Education (Darwin)
MIFA(NT) provides a range of training and education throughout the year as identified by participants needs and sector trends. Our educational programs raise awareness about issues affecting people with a mental illness and our training programs offer an opportunity for participants to expand their knowledge and increase their skills.
Our Tobacco Free program provides a friendly and supportive group environment where you can learn more about how to quit or cut back your smoking. The program is for smokers who have a mental illness and want to quit or cut back, or are just thinking about working on their smoking. Each week different topics are discussed about smoking and how to quit or cut down and the group provides support and encouragement.
Mind Body Life Recipes for Life is a program that aims to help people living with a mental illness to achieve a healthier lifestyle by getting a better understanding of food, nutrition, cooking, health meals at home and overall well being. For more information about the above educational programs, please call or email the office. Program dates and times are available on the Mi Place Calendar.