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News - 10 December, 2019

Loneliness Prevalent Among Young Victorians

Vic Health in partnership with Iverson Health Innovation Research Institute and Centre for Mental Health from Swinburne University, have released their findings from the Young Australian Loneliness Survey. The results from survey have revealed one in six adolescents (12 to 17) and one in three young adults (18 to 25) reported problematic levels of loneliness.

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Breaking the Ice, News - 04 December, 2019

Breaking the Ice With… Kate Gibson

What is rocking your world today? My fur babies (cats), Alfie and Arlo. Where would you like to see your work go? What are your ambitions? I hope my work contributes to a community that values and respects every single individual. What do you want to be known for professionally? Having integrity and putting people […]

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Gift Ideas That Break The Mould

Books, toys and games play an important role in shaping a child’s outlook on life and can be used to encourage discussions and challenge gender stereotypes. Here are three websites that offer a range of gift ideas for children so they can learn and play free from limitation: 1. Beyond Sparkles and Superheroes 2. Stories […]

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What’s In A Bag?

  #Totes4GE Totally for Gender Equality #25 November – 10 December 2019 Every year Women’s Health East (WHE) leads a region specific campaign which coincides with 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. This year WHE launched #TotesGE Totally for Gender Equality campaign. In support of WHE’s campaign the OEPCP have put together ideas on how […]

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What’s Happening Locally in December?

Knox City Council Carols by Candelight You are invited to a night where our diverse community comes together and celebrates the spirit of Christmas and community life at its best. Knox Active Ageing Christmas Luncheon Enjoy some entertainment and festive cheer with a delicious lunch cooked by local Chef Oddie. Maroondah City Council Maroondah Carols […]

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News - 02 December, 2019

Mental Health (MH) Access and Pathways Report

The OEPCP is pleased to present the Mental Health (MH) Access and Pathways project report. The MH Access and Pathways project employed Human Centred Design methodologies – in particular the development of client personas and client journey mapping  – to better define and understand the experience of clients accessing, entering and using the mental health […]

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News - 27 November, 2019

New soccer and volleyball court for Chin youth

On the 2 November the Australian Chin Community celebrated the official opening of their new volley ball and soccer court at the Hughes Park Community facility in North Croydon. The upgrade of an old tennis court was a partnership initiative between the Outer East PCP, Maroondah City Council, The Australian Chin Community and Eastern Region […]

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News - 14 November, 2019

Writing for Well-being

Writing for Well-being is an oppportunity to foster a sense of wellbeing, increase mindfulness and support personal growth. In a supportive group environment and through a range of writing activities, clients will have the opportunity to explore their personal stories in a creative and playful way. Contact EACH Intake on 9837 3906 for more information.

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