DRUG.ARM

‘MINDFUL MOTIVATORS’ TEAM BUILDING PROGRAM

DRUG.ARM HELPS PEOPLE, FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES IMPACTED BY ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS TO ACHIEVE POSITIVE TRANSFORMATIONS THROUGH AWARENESS, REHABILITATION AND MANAGEMENT.

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net profit from each event goes to our charity partners - min $500+GST

DRUG.ARM ‘mindful motivators’ is An exciting hybrid between team building and corporate volunteering, built to mobilise your people for good.

What’s the session’s main focus?

Promoting mental and physical wellbeing.

How is it delivered?

1. Either in-person and hybrid over 3 hours – at your office, or any venue of your choosing such as a conference venue or a hotel.
2. Or online over 2 hours – whether your team is spread over the country, region or simply working from home.

How will my team benefit?

Your colleagues will get a unique insight into this amazing charity and the opportunity to self-reflect and draw parallels from how Drug.ARM operate with their own team and work environments by: exploring the importance of letting go of judgement of others and embracing difference; learning how to spot the symptoms of burnout and identifying ways to improve wellness through self-care strategies and mindfulness, using these insights to brainstorm practical ways to work better as a team.

How will DRUG.ARM benefit?

As we’re in partnership with Drug.ARM, they receive 50% of the net profit from every session, which translates to at least $500 plus GST for every session. So, your people are also making a financial difference to Drug.ARM and helping them transform people’s lives in the community.

GET IN TOUCH AND TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND INSPIRE YOUR PEOPLE FOR GOOD.

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About drug.ARM

Drug.ARM’s team of caring and experienced specialists help build resilience by addressing all of the factors that contribute to and maintain alcohol and other drug issues.

They provide a broad range of services focused on building more capable and resilient children and young people and assist families and communities, addressing multiple and/or complex needs to help them safely care for and protect their children.

This includes support for mental health, family relationships, parenting, school engagement, access to reliable information, community involvement and social inclusion. They also provide guidance for families where anyone who is or at risk of being affected by alcohol and drugs has someone there for them.

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