Tonchi promotes men's health & welbeing with KAMS

Written on the 20 February 2017

Tonchi promotes men's health & welbeing with KAMS

A musician has added another string to his bow after taking on a role with Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services to promote men's health and wellbeing in the region.

William "Tonchi" McIntosh, from Broome band The Mexicans, was recently appointed the men's health regional facilitator and is now on a mission to help remove the stigma surrounding male health and encourage more men to open up.

"As a young man growing up on a cattle farm, I can see how I thought I was unbreakable, bullet-proof, so much so that I didn't see the bad health of the men around me at the time or think that my own health would ever matter," he said.


Source: Broome Advertiser

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