Please find attached a flyer advertising Helem Yumba’s DV Month activity. We’re hosting a panel of Elders who wish to share their thoughts, concerns and their ideas about how we might best address the problem of violence in our communities. We especially would love for organisations and individuals within the DV and Indigenous health and human services sectors to attend this very special event.
If you plan on attending please respond at your earliest convenience for catering purposes.
Please find attached the flyer for the upcoming QLD Indigenous and Family Violence Legal Service (QIFVLS) session at the Community Centre in Yeppoon.
QIFVLS are running a Community Legal Education session regarding ‘the signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships’ and it is open to ALL professionals and community members (this is also an appropriate session for young people).
This session is part of Livingstone Shire’s Domestic and Family Violence Awareness campaign which is taking place throughout May.
Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships
2.30pm – 4.00pm, Wednesday 27th May, Room B – Community Centre, John St, Yeppoon
Afternoon Tea provided. Please RSVP to Molly Saunders on the details below.
Community Development Officer
Livingstone Shire Council – Community Partnerships Unit.
Office Location: Community Centre, 80 John Street, Yeppoon.
Phone: 07 4913 3840 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcement of a pilot program starting here at the Women’s Health Centre next Wednesday the 2nd July. This position will be part time – Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 – 3 pm, for a period of 6 months.
The purpose of the position will be to provide a singular point of contact for a co-ordinated, appropriate and consistent response to families affected by domestic and family violence, and to promote a culture within our community that domestic and family violence is unacceptable.
Louise Hayes has undertaken the position of the Domestic and Family Violence Information and Referral Facilitator, which will operate within the Rockhampton Region incorporating Mt Morgan, Emu Park, Gracemere and Yeppoon.
This service will be available to people needing information and referral to agencies within the Capricornian region on domestic and family violence related matters, and to service providers who have direct contact with people and their families who are affected by domestic and family violence.
This position will assist clients and organisations with up to date information for various issues such as financial assistance, housing, counselling and support.
If your organisation would like a further explanation on this pilot program, or to work collaboratively – please do not hesitate to contact myself to arrange a suitable time for Louise and I to come and speak with you.
Belinda Lindel – Manager, Womens Health Centre, Rockhampton
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.30pm, 225 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton 4700
PH: 4922 6585 / 1800 017 382 FAX: 4922 2477 / Mob: 0428226586
PO Box 472, Rockhampton 4700 www.womenshealthrockhampton.
Here is a notice of the Zonta International Clubs working hard to eradicate the occurrence
of Domestic Violence in our community. Please note there are several dates throughout the year
when activities will be held. Lets help stamp out this unhealthy practise.
Please find attached a reminder of the upcoming free training for workers from DV services, women’s refugees and community legal centres who assist clients with applications under family violence provisions in the Migration Regulations 1994.
This is a great opportunity to receive this training locally. RSVP by May 19th directly to Locum2@rails.org.au
DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
VIOLENCE NETWORK MEETING
Cnr High & Berserker Sts
North Rockhampton Qld
First meeting for 2013
Wednesday 27th February
10:00 to 12:00pm
(morning tea provided)
Previous participants – welcome back!!
New participants – please join us!
Please see attached PDF for details on the new support group run by the Domestic and Family Court Support Program. Feel free to print out and give to anyone who may be interested!
New Dv Support Group Flyer