Kyra Bridges, a 21-year-old spare parts apprentice at Komatsu’s Hobart branch has partnered with 'Speak Up! Stay ChatTY', a program that works to promote positive mental health and prevent suicide by reducing the stigma around mental health and encouraging people to speak up and seek help when they need it.
To kick off her 'Live Your Dream' campaign, Kyra organised Stay ChatTY founder Mitch McPherson's visit to Komatsu’s Hobart branch to talk about his experiences and help raise awareness about Mental Health.
A natural leader and a well-known figure in Tasmania, Mitch has inspired Kyra and many others to spread the word and support to those who need our support.
So, if you, or someone you know is struggling with mental health, make that step and contact someone who will guide and help you get through it.
For more information about Speak Up! Stay ChatTY and to donate,visit: