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  • 000 – Police for immediate safety
  • 13 11 14 – Lifeline
  • 1800- RESPECT (1800- 737 732) family violence and sexual assault 24- hour telephone support

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.

Acknowledgement- Aboriginal Flag Acknowledgement- Torres Strait Islander Flag

Drama Lovers – Tip Sheet

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Practise a skit or play, and perform it for a family member or film it to send to grandparents.

COVID-19 Response – Message from our CEO Karen Field

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We are here and not going anywhere – but how we stay in touch, deliver services may change as the community grapples with responding to COVID-19. This is our message to all our drummond street friends – people who use our services, communities and groups, our amazing workforce, service partners, community organisations, and support groups and suppliers.

drummond street services submission to the consultation on the Religious Freedom Bills – Second Exposure Drafts

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drummond street services is deeply concerned about these proposed reforms. In particular we refer to the impact of these reforms on our clients, their families, children, carers and loved ones who we provide support to every day, as well as our own workforce and the broader community.

Response to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health Draft Report

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Please find the drummond street/queerspace response to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health – Draft Report here.  drummond street has addressed some key considerations in relation to this report, specifically, we

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

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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.