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Balaclava Specialist Services Centre -FNQ District

The aim of transition planning is to assist young people and their families to make informed decisions about and preparation for options available to them at the end of their school education. It may involve planning in the areas of employment, vocational training, continuing education, leisure, transport and mobility etc. Officer for Innisfail and Tablelands- Rosemary Moyle - 40613162

Balaclava State School
418 Mulgrave Road
Suburb: CAIRNS
State: QLD
Postcode: 4870

(07) 4081 5346

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The aim of transition planning is to assist young people and their families to make informed decisions about and preparation for options available to them at the end of their school education. It may involve planning in the areas of employment, vocational training, continuing education, leisure, transport and mobility etc. Officer for Innisfail and Tablelands- Rosemary Moyle - 40613162

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Recent discussions

I'm a single mum to a 10 yr old boy, Zayden.
We live in Melton, which is in the west of Melbourne.
I urgently require assistance.
Food vouchers would be absolutely ideal and a petrol voucher.
I have to drive my son to and from school.
He is back from school camp today and my registration was due the day he left for camp. Another $100+ I just don't have.
Once my rent is paid there isn't enough left to survive.
This week is extra tough.
Once bills are direct debited I'm lucky to get food for a few days.
I have no family to get help from and zaydens dad doesn't support zayden at all.
Every time I ask for help from places locally I have to be assessed and it's so much stress going through all your troubles being advised to see financial advisers. It's so depressing going through the same thing each time.
I keep getting referred to Orange Door. They seem to help everyone else I've spoken to without having to relive and go thru your depressing present reasons why you require help quite indepth they go. Which is too stressful.
They have left me without assistance on a friday left me with no help because I'd spoken to more than 1 person there they were confused and just left me with nothing.
My phone is playing up so can't receive calls always so they just didn't send vouchers they'd told me they were sending..
It's just so stressful having to explain your story all the time.

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Lee brown

Bonville

Hi I don't have any food for one week till I get paid please of anyone can help me im on lots of medication that I must eat before taking also caring for older mother

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