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The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) is SA’s largest Mental Health Advocacy Group. Call 0800 21 22 23 or 0800 12 13 14 (24Hrs)
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SADAG Jan 20
You never know how strong you are...until being strong is the ONLY choice you have.
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SADAG Jan 19
5 simple tips to manage your anxiety - Breathing, diet, exercise and more to prevent anxiety attacks.
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SADAG Jan 18
Living with Depression and Anxiety? Join this Support Group. Meetings will be held every Saturday at 10:00am in Sandton. See poster below for more information.
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SADAG Jan 17
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SADAG Jan 16
How to survive the stress of tech. Read more at Entertainment Technology by Pro-Systems.
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SADAG Jan 15
Replying to @Prince_ma7
Watch this space... We will be sharing details of upcoming support groups, workshops and talks 👍
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SADAG Jan 15
Replying to @Yolie_LM
Oh dear, will look into this. But get your friend to Sms 31393 and we will call her back. Or email her details to office@anxiety.org.za
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SADAG Jan 15
Replying to @EMsbLaQuE
That would be great... We need more Support Groups! Please email your details to supportgroups@anxiety.org.za and Michelle will call you
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SADAG Dec 18
SADAG are aware that many people have been retweeting this post and it’s is wonderful to create awareness, however we do not offer text counselling. If you sms 32312 a Substance Abuse counsellor will call you back and assist you via Telephonic counselling.
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SADAG Jan 15
Janu-worry stress busters: The science behind some health therapies. Read more at -worry
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SADAG Jan 14
Join the NEW Support Group for young adults living with Depression and Anxiety. The first meeting will be held on 16 January 2019 at 6:30pm in Sandton. See poster below for more information.
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SADAG Jan 13
Remember when going back to work, school or university to avoid stressing about things you can’t control.
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SADAG Jan 12
The University of Cape Town Student Counselling Helpline offers Free 24hr telephonic counselling, info, & referrals to help support students with Stress, Depression, Anxiety & Mental Health support. Call 0800 24 25 26 to speak to a counsellor.
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SADAG Jan 12
Replying to @RosieMotene
Glad we could help! Let us know if you have any problems with any of the referrals 👍
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SADAG Jan 12
Replying to @Molokolove @Cliv3_
Please contact us now on 0800 456 789 or sms 31393 and we will call you right back
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SADAG Jan 11
What is mental health and how does it affect students? Clinical Psychologist, Annette du Toit Steele talks to Students about mental illness and discusses its effects on students.
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SADAG Jan 11
: For those who failed, this is not the end of the road. Read more at
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SADAG Jan 9
Anxiety in the Classroom - What it looks like, and why it's often mistaken for something else. Read more at
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SADAG Jan 7
Let’s end the stigma around Mental Health.
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SADAG Jan 4
We have replied to her... Hoping she contacts us or replies so we can help her. Thanks for looking our for her!!
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