• Indigenous Suicide Prevention Forum

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    Learn about best practices and key strategies on designing effective interventions to combat mental health issues and reduce suicide rates among Indigenous youths, join us at Clariden's Indigenous Suicide Prevention Forum virtually via Zoom on 10 - 11 Jun 2021, with pre-forum workshops on the 9 Jun 2021. You will take away insights from best practices and case studies showcased by experts and thought leaders, and learn how to collaborate with Indigenous communities to deliver integrated interventions targeted at reducing suicide rates among Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders.

    Indigenous Suicide Prevention Forum
    9 – 11 June 2021 | Virtual Forum (via Zoom)
    Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

  • Port Stephens Accomodation Listings by Catholic Care April 2021

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    You can find a list of accommodation in the Port Stephens as collated by Catholic Care in the library here.

    PLEASE NOTE: the lists are voluntarily put together by CatholicCare Staff and an external volunteer. The information is collated from the Domain website (www.domain.com.au). If you are interested, and/or have a client that is interested in a property, you will need to contact the real estate that is associated with the property. This is noted on the list

  • TAFE NSW Seeking Proposals for Aboriginal Art

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    You could receive up to $1,250 for a successful proposal for the supply of original Aboriginal artwork(s) to be displayed at TAFE campuses and TAFE Children’s Service Centres across the state.

    TAFE NSW want to ensure they are respecting cultural protocols and creating a culturally inclusive environment. Therefore, artwork proposals must be representative of your culture and must not incorporate motifs or styles appropriated from outside of your own cultural group.

    Please read the Terms of Participation & Scope of Works (https://www.tafensw.edu.au/.../Part-A-Aboriginal-Artwork...) for more information and make sure you check out the Aboriginal Art Assessment Criteria (https://www.tafensw.edu.au/.../Part-A-Aboriginal-Artwork...) to learn how each piece of work will be assessed.

    If you’re interested in applying, you’ll need to download and complete the Request For Proposal Response (https://www.tafensw.edu.au/.../Part-A-Aboriginal-Artwork...) document and email the completed document to reconciliation@tafensw.edu.au.

    Entries close 18 April. TAFE NSW require over 100 artworks across the State. This is a great opportunity for our artists to get paid for your work and increase your profile.

  • Investing in Women Funding Program 2021

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    Reminder to apply for the 2021 Investing in Women Funding Program

    The NSW Government is pleased to continue the Investing in Women Funding Program in 2021.

    The Investing in Women Funding Program funds NSW organisations to develop and implement projects that:

    1. Improve women’s financial wellbeing and security and support diverse and flexible employment opportunities for women and girls.
    2. Promote and support a holistic approach to women’s health across the lifespan.
    3. Support women’s engagement through social networks, access to information, and building confidence using a diverse representation of women and girls.

    Applications close on Friday 23 April at 5.00pm (AEST).

    Bear in mind projects are to commence from July 2021 and be completed by the end of June 2022.

    You can apply by clicking here.

  • Relationship Australia Term 2 2021 Programs

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    Relationships Australia are running a number of programs for Term 2 2021. A program guide can be accessed in the library by clicking here and more information can be seen below by clicking on this post.


  • Maryland Neighbourhood Centre - Lunch & Yarn Up

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    It’s been twelve months since the last Yarn Up due to COVID-19. It is starting back up as of Wednesday 21st April and they would love to see anybody who is interested at the Maryland Neighbourhood Centre. Click on this post to view the full flyer.



  • Aboriginal Mental Health Focus Group: April 15th

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    Aboriginal people with lived experience of mental health, and staff of Aboriginal community organisations, mental health services, Aboriginal heath and community health are invited to join a focus group discussion about improving mental health services for Aboriginal people in the Hunter New England region.

  • NDIS Training and Development Webinars

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    Check out the upcoming webinars, masterclasses and courses you can enrol yourself and your staff members in today!

    Writing Case Notes $59.00
    Are you a support worker, team leader or employer wanting to learn practical skills in writing case notes? Do you know what the implications are of not writing case notes and how they might be used in compliance situations? You can enroll here.

    Introduction to the NDIS
    Have you heard of the National Disability Insurance Scheme? Maybe you've heard it be called the NDIS but you're not sure what it's all about. Join us for a free 1hour introduction to the NDIS. Register now for this FREE webinar. You can learn more here.

    Support Coordination for Beginners 1 Day Course $599.00
    On the 14th of every month we run our very popular 1 day course with industry expert Gina Ingrouille teaching the fundamentals of NDIS Support Coordination for Beginners. Enrol Now.

    NDIS Onboarding Staff and Participants $69.00
    Some of the largest sources of non-conformities are the missing pieces of information for both staff and participant onboarding. Avoid these pitfalls and enrol in this 1hr webinar. Learn More.

    Ace Your NDIS Audit $59.00
    Are you ready for your NDIS Audit? If the answer is 'no' this how-to webinar is for you! We'll also be giving away a free 'audit-prep checklist' to all attendees! Learn exactly what the auditors are looking for. Enrol Now.

    Restrictive Practices Intro $69.00
    This is for providers or workers who are new to the use of restrictive practices in the NDIS environment. Understand the basics in the context of positive behaviour support plans. There are no silly questions. Learn More.

  • Accessible Arts - Artist Rights Workshop

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    Artist Rights Workshop


    Making art means you also need to know a bit about your rights as an artist. Join experts from Arts Law and Accessible Arts for this FREE event as we explore artist rights and how to protect your work, how you can get help if you need it and what happens when you make art with other artists. This session uses practical examples, case studies from artists’ experiences and hypothetical scenarios to help participants understand copyright, intellectual property and other relevant legal issues. This session is relevant to all creatives and artists across all art forms. Places are limited.

  • The Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment

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    There’s help for people directly affected by the March 2021 floods in New South Wales.

    The Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment is a lump sum payment of $1,000 for eligible adults and $400 for each eligible child under the age of 16.


    You can get it if your home has been severely damaged or destroyed or if you’ve been seriously injured as a direct result of the floods.


    You can also claim Disaster Recovery Allowance (DRA) if you’ve lost income as a direct result of the floods. If you’re eligible you can get it for up to 13 weeks, starting from the date you lose income.


    To get more information on who can receive it, how to claim it and more please visit servicesaustralia.gov.au website and on the main page select New South Wales Floods, March 2021.