Shine is a group program for young women aged 14-17 years who are experiencing symptoms of anxiety and/or depression that are having an impact on their self-esteem and relationships. The program will cover topics such as body image, identity, coping skills, friendships, relationships and respect.
Do you love music?
Would you like to learn about how mindfulness and music can help you cope with day-to-day stress?
Music & Mindfulness is a safe, supportive group open to young people 15-25 years of age. No musical skills required and you don't have to perform. Just come listen to music with us and try some new stuff like mindful drawing, relaxation, journalling or song-writing.
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Yarra Ranges Council and Inspiro are running free workshops for families and their kids
Each event will include:
All events 5:30-8pm
FREE food and drinks
FREE prizes, giveaways and resources
To register, visit EventBrite - https://kidssafe.eventbrite.com.au
Infoxchange and Telstra have partnered to offer the Telstra Top-up program, which provides a complimentary $30 recharge to those who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and/or family violence.
The program is now available to specialist housing providers via Infoxchange’s SHIP, CIMS and SRS case management systems across Australia. Any client of these eligible providers who is impacted by homelessness and/or family violence can access the free recharge, provided they are a Telstra pre-paid mobile phone customer.
This new method of distribution replaces the program previously known as the “Telstra Pre-Paid Mobile Recharge Program”. This program involved the distribution of physical recharge cards and formally ended on 30 June 2019.
Level Playground is a project for parents, caregivers and early childhood educators that provides helpful information and activities to support them in the day to day work of raising children free from gender stereotypes.
Fearful and anxious behaviour is common in young children, especially as they come across new situations and experiences.
Most children learn to cope with different fears and worries; however, some children react more quickly or intensely to situations they find threatening and find it hard to get their anxious feelings under control.
In this parenting session, we will discuss some of the underlying reasons why challenging toddler behaviour occurs and explore respectful ways to set clear limits while maintaining a loving connection, which in turn will result in day to day life becoming calmer and happier for the whole family.
Food Aid program in the Templestowe area for individuals or families struggling with everyday financial commitments, like food.
This kit is designed for support workers and advocates who assist people affected by family violence. The purpose of the kit is to help people in rental housing to know their rights, have a secure home and limit any financial loss.
Eastern Health are running a group for parents and pre-school aged children, for families where there is a parent experiencing mental health challenges, and/or the family has experience of family violence.
A brochure listing over 200 activities, programs, groups and events conducted at the 30 community houses across the Outer East of Melbourne. A great way of letting people know about the amazing range of programs that are available to the community, including support activites and food services.
Pathways to Homes is an assertive outreach program delivered by wellways in t he local government area of Maroondah. It is part of the Victorian Government Rough Sleeping Action Plan, a Two-year pilot program running across Victoria.
Pathways to Homes is an assertive outreach program delivered by Wellways in the local government area of Maroondah. It is part of the Victorian Government Rough Sleeping Action Plan, a two-year pilot program running across Victoria.
Pathways to Home will engage with people experiencing rough sleeping and support them to connect with their community. The program will work alongside exisitn services and collaborate to support participants to secure a home and live a meaningful life.
Are you 15-25 years old and interested in attending a free lgbtqi+ specific program run by a specialist employment service?
1 January 2019 energy customers have new rights that help them to pay their energy bills.
The Grand Parenting Group is a facilitated, open group, held monthly for grandparents. It’s an opportunity for grandparents to get together, connect with other members of the community, and share grand parenting stories and ideas in an open, caring and respectful environment. Time: Monthly, ongoing from March 2019.
EACH 2019 Group Programs for Families and Youth
The Ardoch School Costs Guide is intended to support parents, carers and those who care about children’s education and ensure that children have everything they need to learn and realise their potential. While the aim of this guide is to help inform you about the different costs of education and assist you to manage these, we believe that the personal role you play in supporting children to learn is the most critical.
From 1 January 2019 energy customers have new rights that help them to pay their energy bills. To explain what the changes mean the Energy and Water Ombudsman has created some useful resources including a new video, factsheet and webpage.
LifeCare Women's Centre is part of Crossway LifeCare, a community services organisation passionate about helping people in tough places flourish.
FREE peer support program for young people aged 13-16 who have a family member with a mental illness.
ECASA provides a free counselling and support service to people who have experienced sexual assault either recently or in the past. The service is also available to non-offending family and friends. ECASA’s counsellors are trauma specialists with degrees in psychology, social work or counselling.
CHP has compiled a list of organisations providing meal services on or around Christmas Day 2018 that are available to people experiencing homelessness or feeling isolated.
Foothills Community Care Ferntree Gully
Time: From 12pm
Location: St John the Baptist Parish Hall, 19 Forest Rd
Assistance with transport is available
Book early to avoid missing out (places are limited) : 8711 8677 or
State Schools’ Relief is a not for profit organisation that supports the needs of underprivileged Victorian government school students by providing new school uniforms, shoes and educational resources. We work side by side with all Victorian Primary, Secondary, Special Developmental and Language schools to ensure that any students facing hardship have the necessary clothing and appropriate footwear for school.
Inspiro are running a free sexual health service in Lilydale. The community health nurse can see people individually on a range of issues around sexuality including safe sex, contraception, STI information, pregnancy choices and more.
Presented by EACH this program offers specialist counselling to support people to reduce or quit smoking.
The Tobacco Free Clinic is open to anyone seeking to reduce or quit smoking. Consultations are provided by an experienced and registered health professional with training and expertise in smoking cessation.
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‘Jobs for Life’ exists to bring hope and dignity to the unemployed and assist in the pursuit of finding meaningful work. The course focuses on each person’s unique design and the importance of work while encouraging and motivating students to develop the hard skills required in being a dependable employee. The Jobs for Life course teaches practical skills as well as important life skills in a supportive and encouraging environment.
Tuesdays and Fridays
A Parents Building Solutions Program - Parentzone
Emotionally Intelligent Parenting - Parentzone
Would you life to learn tips and strategies to:
• Be better at talking with and understandingyour child?
• Help your child learn to manage their emotions and deal with conflict?
Parentzone - A Parents Building Solutions Program for parents of children aged 2 to 10 year
Help your child cope in a chaotic world?
Improve your child's confidence and self esteem?
Deal with anxious feelings?
Help your child to cope with change?
Develop strategies to manage anger?
Communicate better with your child?
Come along to these five Parents Building Solutions workshops to learn strategies, share stories and take some time out for you!
Anglicare's Parentzone - Dad's at their best - helping children to thrive
There will be a drop in group starting on Thursdays run by me Billie the Therapy Dog! Paws for Thought aims to engage clients who may not be ready for one-one-one appointments but need a soft introduction to headspace Knox. We all know I am a great tool for engaging young people and I also make them feel calm and happy. It will allow opportunity for young people to socialize with each other and chat informally about what they may be on their minds with some supporting headspace humans.
Bringing up Great Kids is a Parenting Program using mindfulness and reflection to support parents as they review and enhance their patterns of communication with their children.
Intensive case management support assisting in the areas of education, training or employment with a flexible approach
Boornawan Willam is running an empowering and exciting 10 week program for aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women Aged 15-21 that aims at preventing all forms of violence against women.
We are seeking referrals for our new support group commencing in Term 4, on Thursday 11 October.
Free supported playgroup for families connected with Anchor
Come along to this session to learn strategies, share stories and take some time out for you!
A Parents Building Solutions Program for parents of children 3 to 13 years - Parentzone - Anglicare
CHAMPS (Children and Mentally Ill Parents) is a peer support program for children of parents who have a mental illness or mental health issues.
The MAT Life Skills program is for children aged 8 - 12 years who have a parent with mental health issues, including children who do not live with their parents.
Neami Steps to Wellbeing is a FREE short term program funded by the Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network
A group for young people aged 16-25 who may be disengaged from school, community and peers.
Mind works with people 16 - 64 years of age whose ability to manage their daily activities and to live in the community is impacted by mental health issues.
People who use our services come from many cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Headspace Knox, in Partnership with EACH Youth and Family and the WILD Program are looking for young people between 15-18 years of age, who have high anxiety/low mood, to participate in an 8-week personal journey, concluding with a 5 day wilderness journey.
Project Respect is a not-for-profit, non-faith based support service for women with experience of the sex industry and women trafficked for sexual exploitation to Australia.