'I lost them both': Dad and son's mental health mission

Taylor Dodge
Updated April 27 2024 - 5:34pm, first published April 21 2024 - 6:00pm
Wagga's Rhys Chan and five-year-old son Lucas Chan are raising funds and awareness for mental health. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
Wagga's Rhys Chan and five-year-old son Lucas Chan are raising funds and awareness for mental health. Picture by Bernard Humphreys

After losing both his parents in twelve months, bearing the brunt of his grief in silence and seeing his son begin to suffer as a result a Wagga dad has made it his mission to raise awareness around mental health.

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