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Tackling the Challenge - Talking Men's Health (TTC) The TTC...

Posted by Brendan Bennett - 19th Feb 20, 09:30 AM

Tackling the Challenge - Talking Men's Health (TTC) The TTC project collects stories from men in South Western Sydney about how they have overcome any challenge in their life and the help seeking they used along the way. Sharing stories of getting through these times can help other men in the community. Examples of stories could include – mental illness, migration, unemployment, divorce, grief, isolation, addiction, physical health conditions and chronic illness.

MENTAL HEALTH WORKSHOP - ChineseQuestions for a Psychologist? New...

Posted by Michelle Comito - 15th Feb 18, 08:23 PM

MENTAL HEALTH WORKSHOP - Chinese Questions for a Psychologist? New Vision Psychology and Catholic Care are pleased to be hosting a health event for the Chinese community. The event is an opportunity to meet a psychologist in an informal setting where you can ask questions about psychology, mental health and wellbeing: Topics: ‣ Wellbeing ‣ Stress ‣ Relationships ‣ Depression ‣ Anxiety ‣ Parenting

Position vacant: Ability Linker- Sutherland ShireApplications close: COB Thursday, 26...

Posted by Sharman Keith - 18th May 16, 11:36 AM

Position vacant: Ability Linker- Sutherland Shire Applications close: COB Thursday, 26 May 2016 The ad can be viewed here: https://www.vinnies.org.au/page/Get_Involved/Join_our_staff/NSW/Ability_Linker_%E2%80%93_Sutherland_Shire_LGA/ Be a part of a community development program aimed at strengthening participation and inclusion of people with disability in your community. • Maximum term contract 12 months • Full-time position covering the Sutherland Shire LGA

No Wrong Door, The Commitment to recovery in South Western Sydney

Event posted by Stephanie Isvik - 4th Aug 15, 02:34 PM

You're invited to the Launch of a New Initiative NO WRONG DOOR The Commitment to Recovery in South Western Sydney Ensuring people have easy access to the services they need in South Western Sydney. Covering: How can people with a mental illness experience common recovery practices everywhere they go? How can services work together so everyone finds what they need for recovery? Including: - Mental Health Charter SWS - No Wrong Door Website - No Wrong Door App Also:

Mental Health Youth Worker – PhaMs – Temporary Part-time until 31 December 2015: CatholicCare...

Posted by Kelly Gibson - 7th May 15, 01:29 PM

Mental Health Youth Worker – PhaMs – Temporary Part-time until 31 December 2015: CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a not-for-profit organisation providing services and support to the community and families in the Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Upper Hunter and Manning regions. This position will be located in our offices at Taree.

My Choice Matters (Mental Health/NDIS) workshops: The My Choice...

Posted by Elicia Ford - 1st May 15, 11:49 AM

My Choice Matters (Mental Health/NDIS) workshops: The My Choice Matters (Mental Health) workshops are coming to Wollongong, Nowra and Ulladulla. These present an opportunity for people with a mental health condition, family and carers to find out information and consider what the National Disability Insurance Scheme means for them. Flyers are attached for more information.

Various positions available in Chatswood & Balgowlah. Applications close 12 May 2015: Would...

Posted by Hamdia Khan - 23rd Apr 15, 11:52 AM

Various positions available in Chatswood & Balgowlah. Applications close 12 May 2015: Would you like to make a real difference in peoples' lives? Here is your opportunity to join an organisation whose passion is to give everyone a fair go! We can offer you a rewarding and meaningful career in a supportive working environment! About us:

Recovery Support Worker, Illawarra, Closes 26/04/2015: Would you like to make...

Posted by Hamdia Khan - 14th Apr 15, 12:10 PM

Recovery Support Worker, Illawarra, Closes 26/04/2015: Would you like to make a meaningful contribution to peoples' lives? If so, we are looking for you! What we can offer you: Work close to home in Wollongong! SCHCADS Award Level 4 Very generous salary packaging Four weeks annual leave per year (pro rata) 17.5% annual leave loading (pro rata) 9.5% employer superannuation contribution The opportunity to make a real difference in peoples' lives About us:

Trauma in childhood: Issue 12, February 2015 - KIDSMATTERS E NEWS: "enewsletter...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 12th Feb 15, 02:02 PM

Trauma in childhood: Issue 12, February 2015 - KIDSMATTERS E NEWS: "enewsletter specifically for health and community workers...packed full of expert information, tips and strategies to help you support the mental health and wellbeing of kids. Read articles from previous enewsletters below or subscribe (follow the link below) to receive it straight to your inbox every month: THIS MONTH: Trauma in childhood: Issue 12, February 2015 Trauma in the early years How to boost trauma resilience