It’s no secret that our mental health can have a big impact on every aspect of our lives. From our personal relationships to our professional success, our mental well-being is a crucial part of the equation.
To help support and promote the mental health of our staff and trades, Vogue Homes will be having a get-together at Broadacre Street, Austral on the 11th of November at 12:30 pm.
We hope to see you there at this important event to get some practical useful information and together share in our greater community spirit.
Mental health refers to a person’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It includes how we think, feel, and behave. It also affects how we cope with stress, relate to others, and make choices.
The stresses of life, worldly events, and a number of other factors can put a strain on our mental health. For example, the recent Covid pandemic has had a profound effect on mental health. The isolation and stress of lockdowns, the loss of loved ones, and the financial insecurity caused by job loss have all taken a toll on our mental well-being.
Maintaining good mental health is essential to overall wellness. It helps us cope with stress, deal with challenging life events and maintain healthy relationships. Good mental health allows us to think clearly, make informed decisions, and enjoy our lives.
The building industry has faced a number of challenges in recent years. Rising materials costs, labour shortages, and increased regulation, along with the profound lingering impact of Covid, have all contributed to making it more difficult to build new homes and other structures.
Despite these challenges, the building industry remains resilient and is an essential part of the economy and overall society. The all-important individuals who have risen up and delivered time and again, despite these tough conditions, need to be recognised and appreciated for the important work that they do.
An important part of taking care of our mental health is making sure we maintain connections with our family members, friends, and professional network. As well as providing support, these relationships can give us a sense of belonging and purpose. They can also provide a distraction from negative thoughts and emotions, and help us pursue endeavours that are in our best interests.
Here at Vogue Homes, we’re committed to driving this human connection and establishing a comfortable open environment where individuals feel free to share and bond over common experiences. We see our Mental Health Awareness BBQ as the perfect opportunity to drive this initiative with our wider community.
In conjunction with our trusted partners and sponsors. Vogue Homes is proud to put on this important event for our community.
We would like to welcome you along to the day to help us ensure that everyone is doing well and let them know that there are people that will listen and help them out when needed. On the day we will provide a BBQ, Drinks (Non-Alcoholic) and a guest speaker from the Gotcha4Life foundation to talk about mental fitness. We will also be handing out Hi-Vis workwear for all who attend. We hope that you can support this event and look forward to seeing you there.
We would also like to thank the following organisations and sponsors who without their valuable contribution this event will not be possible.
Long Reach Cranes
Made Safe Scaffolding
The importance of mental health should not be underestimated. Good mental health is essential for overall well-being. It enables us to cope with stress, build positive relationships, and contribute to our community.
In the interest of creating a safe and open environment to support Mental Health, Vogue Homes is putting on a Mental Health Awareness BBQ. There will be BBQ, drinks, and the chance to catch up with your greater community.
This is a great opportunity to learn more about mental health and how to support loved ones who may be struggling. We’ll also have information about local resources and organisations that can provide additional support. So come on out, enjoy some food and fun, and learn more about how to promote mental health in your community. We hope to see you there.