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drummond street services acknowledges the traditional owners of the land; the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations and pays respect to their Elders both past and present.

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Drummond Street Services – Citizen’s Welfare Society (CWS) – Declared as a Participating Institution – National Redress Scheme

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We have had the privilege to support so many survivors over the last several years.  We have seen their pain and their courage, as they have persisted for justice, truth-telling, healing and accountability.We want to acknowledge survivors’ ongoing strength and resilience.

Open Letter to Members of Victorian State Parliament

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Drummond street services wish to express our wholehearted gratitude to the Victorian Government for recently introducing a Bill to outlaw damaging conversion practices and call on all Victorian MPs to support the Bill.

Victorian Youth Strategy Discussion Paper Response

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drummond street | queerspace recently responded to the ‘What matters to young people in Victoria: Victorian youth strategy discussion paper’.

New research finds LGBTIQ+ Victorians have faced increased risk of family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic

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A report commissioned by Respect Victoria has found that LGBTIQ+ Victorians, particularly those experiencing health, social and economic inequalities, have faced increased challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, increasing the risk of family violence.

Citizens Welfare Services of Victoria (CWS) Statement & Apology to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse

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It is with sadness, shock and distress, that we have been advised that our organisation, operating historically under the name; Citizens Welfare Services of Victoria (CWS) has likely to have caused harm and abuse.

drummond street services statement on NDIS Scheme changes

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A review into the NDIS called The Tune Review recommended significant changes to the NDIS, which will impact how people with disabilities will be assessed for eligibility to the scheme and the supports they may receive.

Client Feedback for Foods Relief Program

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How to Make a Cloth Mask

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John Mckenna on Challenges and Coping During COVID Pandemic

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Tips From Ruth From Queerspace

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