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Project Samaritan

TAS, Australia

This programme is an initiative of the Tasmanian Crime Preventation and Community Safety Council. As a part of Project Samaritan, Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) volunteers have been specially trained by Tasmania Police to visit residential burglary victims and provide additional advice about: property marking; low cost measures to reduce the risk of burglary; and the benefits of security devices (e.g. locks, sensor lights and security alarms)

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Service includes - Department of Health and Human Services. Make appointments or be referred for specialist services. Discount off registration if Health Card/ Pension Card is presented.

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Service includes - Department of Health and Human Services.

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Service includes - Department of Health and Human Services

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Women Tasmania - North

TAS, Australia

Service provides information and referral for individuals, organisations, groups and services to enhance opportunities and access for women in the northern region of Tasmania.

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Housing Tasmania

TAS, Australia

To be eligible for public housing you must be a Tasmanian resident, be over 16 years old, be a low income earner eligible for a Commonwealth Health Care Card, not own a home of your own and not have finanacial assets exceeding a specified limit. Housing Tasmania's statewide maintenance service can be contacted on 1300 665 663 between 8.45 am and 5 pm. For an after hours emergency maintenance issue phone 1800 005 588.

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John L Grove Centre

TAS, Australia

The centre accommodates the administration sections of some Community and Rural Health services.

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Exmouth Shire Council

WA, Australia

Library, Child Health Centres, Swimming Pool etc

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SPAN Community House

VIC, Australia

Services provided include - course, activities and events including: monthly community lunch, new food garden and food related activities. Mystery Box Cooks. Recreational activities and classes - include art and craft, health and fitness, gentlye exercise, pilates, yoga, Alexander technique, etc. English as a second language, adult literacy, return to work skills, return to study skills, career planning. Computer courses: introduction, internet and email, Excel, Access, Word, website development etc. Personal growth programs: Deep River, women's group, confidence building. Social Support Program - recreation and social support activities for socially isolated, frail aged people and those with disabilities. Musicians Network meets at SPAN. Darebin Writers Group and Darebin U3A meets or holds classes here. Self Help and Support Groups. Volunteer activities.

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Provides information about, and acts as an agent for, various state government programs.

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Provides information about, and acts as an agent for, a variety of Qld Government services

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QGAP offices provide information about, and act as agents for, many state govt programs and services.

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Provides information about and acts as an agent for various government services.

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Provides information about, and acts as an agent for, numerous Qld Govt programs and services.

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Provides information about, and acts as an agent for, various government programs and services

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Provides information and acts as an agent for various Qld government departments

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Mr Shine is the State Member for Toowoomba North.

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QGAP offices provide information about, and acts as an agent for, various state govt programs.

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The Queensland Government Agent Program (QGAP) provides government services information to small rural communities. Also provides a one-stop shop for a wide range of State Government transactions, information and referrals.

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The Queensland Government Agent Program (QGAP) provides government services and information to small rural communities. Also is a one-stop shop for a wide range of government transactions, information and referral.

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The Queensland Government Agent Program (QGAP) provides government services and information to small rural communities. Also is a one-stop shop for a wide range of government transactions, information and referral.

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The Queensland Agent Program (QGAP) provides government services and information to small rural communities. Also is a one-stop shop for a wide range of government transactions, information & referral.

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The Queensland Government Agent Program (QGAP) provides government information to small rural communities. Also is a one-stop shop for a wide range of government transactions, information and referrals.

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The Area HACC Manager develops and co-ordinates Home and Community Care initiatives within the Northern HACC area. Provides basic maintenance and support services to assist the frail aged, younger people with a disability and their carers to continue living within the community and to avoid premature or inappropriate referral to institutional care.

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(HACC) Home and Community Care Area Office for the Brisbane South Area

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State government department dealing with government housing, rental bonds.

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Provides affordable housing for low income earners, including low interest mortgages.

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State government department dealing with government housing, rental bonds, home assist secure, home adapt loan.

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Supervision of adult offenders (17years plus) on court orders and custodial release programs - probation, community services, leave of abscence, specific risk programs (eg anger management, substance abuse programs, sex offenders)

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Arts Queensland

QLD, Australia

The State Government's key arts funding, advisory and advocacy body for arts and cultural development in Queensland.

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The agency provides services covering all phases of emergency and disaster management, prevention, preparedness, response and recovery, delivered by fire, ambulance and counter disaster and rescue services across a single portfolio.

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The Department of State Development works to support sustainable economic development in Queensland that will secure growth and employment

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HACC development officers provide a range of support, resource and information services for HACC-funded agencies and other organisations providing services for the HACC target group. The officers promote the HACC program, establish & maintain support networks, provide information about policies & guidelines, promote good practice and address the training needs of HACC-funded organisations.

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Home and Community Care (HACC) Area Office - Gold Coast HACC Area Manager. Program Funding. NO DIRECT SERVICE DELIVERY. Area covers North to Coomera River, East to the bottom of Mount Tamborine and South to the border.

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Gold Coast Department of Housing Gold Coast Housing assistance for low to moderate income earners who meet eligibility criteria. Currently have waIting list. Bond loan assistance for low to moderate income earners and seniors.

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Neighbourhood Watch Qld

QLD, Australia

The national mission statement for Neighbourhood Watch is to promote safety, security and quality of life. Neighbourhood Watch is a program organised by the community in order to reduce residential crime. Householders are encouraged to join together to prevent crime

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Services include health care services through the public hospital system, community health services and ambulance services. Health promotion and protection through emergency management, public health and related preventative services, education and regulation range of alcohol and drug prevention and treatment services. The public mental health service system consisting of clinical services and psychiatric disability rehabilitation and support services. Appropriate housing and support to low income Victorians. Accommodation and assistance support for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Community building initiatives delivered through partnerships. Residential and rehabilitation care for older people. Child protection and youth justice. Support for Victorians with intellectual, physical, sensory and dual disabilities, neurological impairments and acquired brain injury.

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QGAP provides information about, and access to, a wide range of state government services and programs.

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The Queensland Agent Program (QGAP) provides government services and information for small rural communities. Also is a one-stop shop for a wide range of government transactions, information and referral.

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The Queensland Agent Program (QGAP) provides government services and information for small rural communities. Also is a one-stop shop for a wide range of government transactions, information and referral.

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The Queensland Department of Housing provides housing rental assistance for low to moderate income earners to access secure, affordable and appropriate accommodation. Assistance is provided for a wide range of people, seniors, people with disability and families.

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The Queensland Dept of Housing provides housing rental assistance for low and moderate income earners to access secure, affordable and appropriate accommodation. This assistance is provided for a wide range of people including individuals, seniors, people with disability and families.

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Transport for Health (IPTAAS) is designed to assist people in isolated and rural communities to gain access to specialist medical treatment not available in their own area. Assistance is provided for both travel and accommodation costs. Transport for Health (TFH-IPTAAS) is not a full reimbursement scheme and a mandatory personal contribution of $40 ($20 for pensioners or Health Care Card holders) will be deducted from the total benefits payable per claim. The patient must have to travel at least 100 km (one way) from the usual place of residence to visit the nearest treating specialist. Other eligible persons may possibly include an escort to accompany the patient where it is medically necessary. IPTAAS forms are available from doctors' surgeries, hospital social workers, IPTAAS offices, or www.health.nsw.gov.au

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The HACC Development Officer is able to provide information and support to HACC service providers. The Officer may also advocate for consumers of services regarding their access to services, and any other issues they may have with services.

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Community development information and advice for the Shire of Dungog.

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Housing for people who are financially disadvantaged. Applicants must meet eligibility criteria - Australian citizen or permanent resident Resident of NSW. Able to meet asset and income test. Over 18 years old. Applications for priority housing for people with a disability or mental illness. Documentation, eg medical certificate and letters of support, is required. Specialist staff available to discuss needs if required.

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Dept of Housing - Dapto

NSW, Australia

Accommodation for people who are financially disadvantaged. Eligible people must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident of NSW, over 18 years and meet income and assets test. Special assistance and rental assistance available. Application is dated when received. Applications for priority housing for people with a disability or mental illness. Documentation, eg medical certificate and letters of support, is required. Specialist staff available to discuss needs if required.

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Provision of housing for people on a low income. To be eligible, people must be: An Australian citizen or permanent resident of NSW. Able to meet income and asset test. Over 18 years of age. Applications for priority housing for people with a disability or mental illness. Documentation, eg medical certificate and letters of support, is required. Specialist staff available to discuss needs if required.

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Provides carer information and referral to respite and other relevant services. This service has funding for short term flexible residential respite options depending on individual needs. People can self refer. Provides emergency and short term, one off respite and information on residential vacancies. Assists carers in accessing respite. Information /support to unpaid carers of frail older people and people with disabilities. Carers must be in caring role 6 months to be eligible for service. Telephone assessment. Information on carer support groups and counselling services. May be able to assist carers with transport for respite options.

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QGAP provides access to, and information about, a variety of state govt programs

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Helps to protect and care for children and young people who are at risk or are unable to live with their families. These goals are achieved through: assessment, therapy, behaviour management, social work.

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Provides information about, and acts as an agent for, various state govt programs.

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The role of Public and Environmental Health is to monitor the health of the Tasmanian population, and put in place programs to protect or promote health. Public and Environmental Health Service does much of this work directly,and also works collaboratively with other states and Commonwealth government agencies, local governments, health care providers, community groups and the private sector.

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Register births, deaths, marriages and change of names. Updated February 2008.

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Gold Coast State Emergency Service

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Provides information about, and acts as an agent for various state government programs and services

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The Area HACC Manager develops and co-ordinates Home and Community Care initiatives within the Northern (Mackay)HACC Area.

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The Dept is responsible for policy, planning, resource allocation and performance measurement for the delivery of supports and services for older people, people with a disability and their carers in NSW. The Dept supports people with an intellectual disability to develop their skills and abilities so they can be more independent within their community. This includes delivering a range community support services, respite care and supported accommodation services for children and adults, as well as early intervention services to babies and young children who have a developmental delay. The Dept also assists frail aged people, younger people with a disability and their carers with housekeeping and personal care by providing general domestic assistance, non-medical personal care, live-in care, live-in emergency housekeeping, essential shopping and other home based services (through the Home Care Service of NSW).

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Helps to protect and care for children and young people who are at risk or are unable to live with their families. Also provides support for families and assistance for people with an intellectual disability to ensure their wellbeing and independence in their communities. These goals are achieved through: assessment, therapy, behaviour management, social work, community nursing and day program services - manage residential and respite care, family history record searches, children's services, welfare support. Teams within this office include: child team, disability services team and family team. Each team is comprised of psychologists, protection specialists, occupational therapists, speech therapists etc.

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The New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages records all births, deaths and marriages occurring in NSW and provides documentation to individuals to help establish a range of legal entitlements. The Registry also performs civil marriage ceremonies Monday to Saturday and most Sundays.

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Administers Home Care of NSW. Can answer questions regarding funding or administration of Homecare program or regarding complaints about the program. People seeking to access the Home Care Service of NSW must call the Referral and Assessment Centre on 1800 350 792. Services provided included domestic assistance, personal care and respite for carers.

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The Service System Development team is responsible for planning and development of services available to people with a disability, older people and their carers living in the South East Region of Sydney. This service is administered with DADHC Service Quality and Improvement Team and is jointly referred to as Service Development and Planning.

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This department responds to families in crisis across Queensland. The department covers adoption, foster care, and child abuse or neglect.

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Determines workers' compensation disputes.

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State Member for Vaucluse

NSW, Australia

A Member of the Legislative Assembly works locally for the individuals, organisations and businesses in the area that he or she represents. The Member receives and deals with many requests for assistance concerning matters such as housing, transport, local councils, environmental issues, youth and community services, the police, and objections to land tax and water and sewerage rates. Some matters may be strictly outside the power of State Government and they will be referred to people who may be able to help. During the day, in the evenings and at weekends Members are expected to attend many meetings and functions relating to the community, schools, business organisations, charities and social or sporting clubs.

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Horizon Housing Company (HHC), formerly known as Gold Coast Housing Company Ltd, provides high quality sustainable housing solutions, ranging from subsidised rental accommodation via range of Community Housing programs and the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) to home ownership throughout QLD. Vacancies for affordable and NRAS properties will be advertised on our website. Community Housing vacancies are filled through the Department of Communities.

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Mr Hopper is the State Member for Darling Downs. The freecall number above is for within the electorate only.

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Mr Rickuss is the State Member for Lockyer. The freecall number above is for within the electorate only.

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Mr Seeney is the State Member for Callide, and has an office in Biloela. The freecall number above is for within the electorate only.

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Mr Springborg is the State Member for Southern Downs. The freecall number above is for within the electorate only.

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Development of Intergenerational Programs and recongnition of exisitng ones. Liaision and consultation services to help assist and guide organisations and individuals participation in Intergenerational Activity in Geraldton and Greenough.

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This booklet provides a brief guide to the services available to older people living in Tasmania. Contact your local Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre in Launceston on freecall 1800 052 222 for more detailed information on services .

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Self-contained movable units are available for rent to enable eligible elderly people and those with disabilities to live in their own housing in the garden of a relative or friend

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Indigenous Coordination Centres or ICCs operate in 30 locations around Australia. They look after most of the Australian Government's Indigenous programs and can bring together innovative funding packages to meet local and regional needs. ICCs are managed by the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.

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Our services are free of charge. We investigate complaints from people who complain about the operations of the Complaints Investigation Scheme or the Aged and Accrediatation Agency and we strive to deal with these matters in an impartial, fair and effective way.

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