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The Black Dog Institute is encouraging Midwestern residents to breed mullets this September, all for a good cause. The charity wants people to “show their ears” when it comes to listening and providing psychological support. “Mental health has always been a big issue, but now it seems to be an important issue in every home across the country because of the pandemic,” said Phoebe Collins, manager of the Black Dog Institute’s mullet. “Wearing a mullet this September is a cheeky shortcut to big talk, a nod to your fellow Australian that you aren’t afraid to have a supportive ear in times of need.” Last year the campaign raised $ 3 million. The money will be used to fund the Black Dog Institute’s research, educational programs, digital tools, and clinical services. Register through the Back Dog Institute website to take part in the promotion. Our journalists work hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. So you can continue to access our trustworthy content: Our journalists work hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:

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The Black Dog Institute is encouraging Midwestern residents to breed mullets this September, all for a good cause.

The charity wants people to “show their ears” when it comes to listening and providing psychological support.

“Mental health has always been a big issue, but now it seems to be an important issue in every home across the country because of the pandemic,” said Phoebe Collins, manager of the Black Dog Institute’s mullet.

MULLET MATES: Lachie Wright and Mateo Used-Park took part in the initiative last year and will do it again in September. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

“Wearing a mullet this September is a cheeky shortcut to big talk, a nod to your fellow Australian that you aren’t afraid to have a supportive ear in times of need.”

Last year the campaign raised $ 3 million. The money will be used to fund research, educational programs, digital tools, and clinical services from the Black Dog Institute.

Our journalists work hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:

Our journalists work hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content: