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drummond street services response to the Religious Discrimination Bill 2019

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Introduction drummond street services is writing regarding the proposed new Religious Freedom reforms released by the government for consultation on Thursday 29 August 2019: • Religious Discrimination Bill 2019 •

MyMob Press Release 30.09.19

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“The Phone hasn’t stopped!” MyMob app users demand funding be reinstated!  A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday September 29th, entitled ‘Judges mandate app for separated parents” about our family community app, MyMob used

Assessment, identification and response to mental health carers and families

Posted by dsadmin

Mental Health carers and families play a major role in providing support and care to people with mental illness. Their caring role is critical to client support and recovery, with

Prevention and early intervention – Risk Factors and a Public Health Approach

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While clinical, diagnostic and acute individualised services are an important part of the mental health system, drummond street services/queerspace would welcome a significant increase in practice models and programs which

queerspace submission into Victorian Government’s Mental Health Royal Commission

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drummond street services/queerspace welcomes the opportunity to submit to the Victorian Government’s Mental Health Royal Commission. This submission follows our earlier correspondence in November 2018 and commentary on the Royal Commission’s initial draft Terms of Reference.

Annual Report: A snapshot report series for drummond street services evaluation.

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In 2016 drummond street (ds) services commenced collecting pre- and post- evaluation measures to assess the impact our support services make in the lives of the adults, children and young people that come to us for support.

Becoming a Stepfamily- A Teenagers guide

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Teenagers are probably the most challenging when creating a new stepfamily – here are some tips for them to help them adjust to their new family!

Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health Issues

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drummond street is thankful for the opportunity to write regarding the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health Issues Paper titled ‘The Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health’ and; the complimentary outcomes of the Family Mental Health Support Services program.

Support for Families, Loved Ones and Carers for Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

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drummond street services acknowledges the importance of family members and loved ones to a victim’s/survivor’s journey, support needs and recovery. As victims and survivors consider their own redress, recompense and recovery, family members can also be supported.


Posted by Phoebe Wallish

There are over a million of us living in step and blended families Anyone willing to take on the care of another’s child deserves our appreciation and recognition! Step and blended families start off as strangers however with care, patience, persistence, love and lots of time they can go on to build strong, supportive relationships.