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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 456 789 (24Hrs)
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SADAG 5h
We want to help... Please call our 24 hour Helpline now on 0800 456 789 and a Counsellor can help. You are not alone!
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SADAG 16h
Despite high prevalence of Mental Health conditions in SA, many people cannot access health care. About only 25% access services.
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SADAG 17h
discuss the legislative and policy environment for mental health care in SA and highlight that there is a disconnect between policies and practice as well as poor resource allocation.
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SADAG 17h
Attending an important Civil Society workshop unpacking the Status of Mental Health in SA Report
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SADAG Apr 24
Replying to @mmaphum_1
We have some great tips to help you... Please call us on 0800 456 789 or visit our website and watch Dr Colinda Lindes videos on anxiety, breathing techniques and plenty of self help tips to cope with anxiety! Good luck with studying!!
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SADAG Apr 24
Learn more about Drug Abuse, Binge Drinking, Gambling Addiction, Substance Abuse in the Workplace, Treatments & how to help a loved one. Join the FREE Online Q & A on Friday the 26th of April.
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TSHEPANG MAHLATSI Apr 23
Don't wait until it is too late. Your Mental health matters and needs your attention NOW. had a talk on the pressure that health science students are facing. Follow for help. Source and
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SADAG Apr 23
Replying to @mmaphum_1
Definitely... We have articles, brochures, self help handouts and screening questionnaires. If you need something specific, just email office@anxiety.org.za and we can help you further
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SADAG Apr 23
Are you a mental health stakeholder or part of a advocacy group? Join the Civil Society Workshop to unpack and understand the recent SA Human Rights Commission Mental Health Report that was recently published. Please RSVP to office@anxiety.org.za by the 23rd of April 2019.
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SADAG Apr 23
Skemerson - Depression is an illness like any other; there’s no shame in seeking help. That’s the message of a new film that treats mental illness with warmth, respect & integrity. Read about the movie Skemerson at
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SADAG Apr 22
Replying to @mmaphum_1
We want to help... Please DM us your details or call 0800 12 13 14 [24 hours] and we can see how we can help more.
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SADAG Apr 22
Do you know how to identify the signs of Anxiety? Read more about the physical symptoms of Anxiety by .
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SADAG Apr 21
Hi there, we want to help you as best we can. Please dm us your number to we can help you further. You are not alone.
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SADAG Apr 21
It’s important to remember to take a break. Take this Sunday to relax. If you or a family member are struggling to cope call 0800 456 789 to speak to a counsellor. You are not alone.
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SADAG Apr 19
Need help online? You can make use of The Cipla Whatsapp Chat (076 882 2775) Monday to Sunday from 9am to 3pm and The Ke Moja Substance Abuse Online Counselling at , Monday to Sunday from 10am till 2pm daily. There is always help!
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SADAG Apr 19
Learn more about Drug Abuse, Binge Drinking, Gambling Addiction, Substance Abuse in the Workplace, Treatments & how to help a loved one. Join the FREE Online Q & A on Friday the 26th of April.
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SADAG Apr 18
Sorry we don't have Counsellors manning our DMs... But you can call our 24 hours helpline 0800 456 789 or Sms 31393 and we will call you back
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SADAG Apr 18
Eating disorders most commonly begin at the stages of young adulthood or adolescence. This is often when one is most wary of their body or due to stress or difficult life events. To watch the full show go to .
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SADAG Apr 18
Replying to @zachmot
Oh yes, and the one person in this pic is from who was co-sponsoring the event
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SADAG Apr 18
Replying to @zachmot
Good observation... This pic didn't have all our board present though, just some of them. Not pictured here is Dr Jan Chabalala [who was at the Premiere too] , Zamo Mbele and Nkini Phasha. You can read more about our board via our website 👍
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