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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 individual and family services during Covid-19

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drummond street services is here to support individuals and families during Covid-19.

the drum youth services are here during covid-19

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Please get in touch to access any of our youth services or programs

Advocacy at the Intersections during Covid 19

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Don’t fear, we aren’t going anywhere. Advocacy at the intersection is still going full steam ahead despite Covid-19 restrictions.

queerspace are here for you during Covid-19

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queerspace are continuing to run all of our programs and services during covid 19 in an online and digital capacity to help you through this trying time.

drummond street CEO public address Covid-19

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Karen Field CEO of drummond street services talks about the impact of Covid 19 on our communities, hitting our most vulnerable communities particularly hard.

drummond street services statement on The High Court Decision

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Following the verdict of the High Court of Australia today, resulting in George Pell walking free, we acknowledge and support survivors and their families who are saddened and devastated by the systems and institutions that have and continue to fail them.

Tips for Co-Parenting During COVID-19 Quarantine

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The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic brings extra pressures that can be hard to manage and cause anxiety in both parents and children. We have gathered some suggestions that can help separated parents work through this difficult time.

What does self-quarantine mean?

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This information is for people with disability and tells you about what self-quarantine means.

What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)? – Easy Read

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This information is for people with disability and tells you about the coronavirus and how to stay healthy.

Loneliness and Isolation for LGBTIQ People with Disabilities – Starting a Conversation

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Throughout our lives, we often experience moments of loneliness and isolation. For some, these experiences can result in substantial healing processes or thoughts of shame and moments of uncertainty.