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The Gurang Land Council (Aboriginal Corporation) Native Title Representative body has been widely recognised by a wide cross-section of Government, Corporate, Public and Private Agencies.

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Work with people in the community to identify and address issues, provide information and advocacy, seek to address gaps in services at local level.

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Centre provides community information/support services, social activities for frail aged and younger disabled, agency for centrelink with forms, fax services (cost $3) and information. Provides education and training workshops through TAFE. Literacy and numeracy classes. Social support, information, referral as well as transport and counselling. The Neighbourhood Centre incorporates a Centrelink office 9-12 for enquiries and form lodgement 1-3pm is booked for interviews

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Free information on a wide range of topics including the environment, health, local services and attractions. Information sessions and displays held throughout the year. Lifeline Family Support Worker visits once a month. Tax help available July - October

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1800 number is crisis line. Child protection (investigating notifications of abuse and neglect, intervening to ensure children are not at risk of harm and recruitment, training and support of careproviders).

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A centralised information centre, with brochures & reference materials on disability matters. A base where disability groups can circulate information and/or meet. Provision of lending service of specialised toys & therapy equipment for families & carers of person with disabilities. Also have resources relevant to older people. toy library access available to all members of the community and surrounding areas. Toy library is closed during school holidays.

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Centre based respite, hairdressing, grooming; socially isolated program. Access to paramedical services (podiatry, occupational therapy, speech therapy). Education & other resources. HACC funded Eligibility - younger adults with a disability under the age of 65 years, carers of aged or younger disabled.

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Council meetings 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 9am. All written communications to be addressed to "The Chief Executive Officer".

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A community resource centre offering support, training and community group support. Minimal fees for photocopying and use of the telephone.

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Council meetings 3rd Monday of each month at 7.30pm

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To assist in the development of indigenous language maintenance and research through grants from the Central Queensland Aboriginal Language Program Region 2.

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Ordinary Council meetings 1st and 3th Wednesdays of each month at 1pm alternating between Hervey Bay and Maryborough.

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Assistance - Family support & Child Protection. Target Group - ATSI and others. Coordinator Toni Kott

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Council meeting 3rd Monday of each month at 9am

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Council meetings 2nd and 4th Thursday each month.

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Community meeting place - facilities include hall and room hire; information and referral; organising community events; meeting community needs; resource library on families, personal development etc; community resources - internet, photocopy, fax. Triple P parenting programs delivered through out the year and Emergency Relief program. Also Centrelink Rural Agent, Family Support Program, Community Transport, Community Development. Free legal advisory service, Mother's group.

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Phoenix House offers a comprehensive, intergrated service which: provides a safe, supportive, women-centred program for adult women who have been sexually assaulted, either recently or in the past. Provides a child centred and family focused program for children and young people who have been harmed, or are at risk of harm, and support for non-offending family members and carers. Provides a child centred and family focused program for children and young people who have been sexualised and/or sexually abusive behaviours, and support for non-offending family members and carers. Provides an outreach program for adult males who have been sexually abused, or who want to address abusive behaviours. Provides a comprehensive primary, secondary and tertiary sexual violence prevention program. Is the site for the first "Stop It Now!" project in Australia, "Stop It Now, Queensland".

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To develop locally based services for youth & elderly Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people which are culturally appropriate to the needs of the community. Provide support for those & their families who have come into contact with the justice system. Crime prevention and community safety; child protection issues; cultural and social issues referral. Local Justice initiative program.

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Information and Resource centre, library, toy library, town planning. Mayor: Cr Barb Hovard CEO: Noel E Gorrie Meetings of council every Tuesday commencing at 9 am. Community Development Officer also situated at City Council - Ph 41905822

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Lobby group to empower Mental Health Consumers and Carers to help them take more control of their lives.

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To provide support and information to people suffering chronic pain. Speakers -share information on pain management. Meetings held at 9.30am on 3rd Friday of the month at the Neighbourhood Centre. Referrals can be made to Blue Care for aids for people suffering severe or chronic pain. Telephone and home visits can be arranged. We also have a Cancer Support Group which meets often. Sometimes the both groups combine if the Cancer Group will benefit from speakers informing them on various methods of pain management, expecially the ones with secondary to the bone who suffer a lot of pain.

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Provide not only accommodation options but will work with the community to provide other necessary supports; provides initial counselling and living skills training where necessary; has provision for emergency relief funding. This service is available to anyone experiencing accommodation crisis; whilst the crisis house and youth flat are not accessible, this service will find accessible accommodation in the community for people who need accessible housing. Also offers court support services.

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Services offered in the areas of child abuse and neglect, foster care, adoption, family support and counselling; referral service. Provides educational materials. For Freedom of Information phone 1800 809 078

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Information and support service for young women 12yrs to 25 yrs. parenting information; self esteem and positive image; peer group support; qualified staff for workshops; safe sex information; contraception information; newsletter; information kits. Information for young women; assistance in accessing other services; workshops, young mothers groups every week; antenatal classes; school holiday program.

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Primary Health Service. Someone on call 24/7. RFDS visits monthly, Womens Health Clinic quarterly, Allied health services from Mt Isa 6 weekly, 3 services at a time.

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Community Development Officer - Debbi Giles Yeppoon

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Services provided: Parent Aide Program, Care Connect Program, Reconnect Fraser Coast, Bay Connect, Family Support Worker.

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$25 pa family concession $65 pa non concession Provides a range of recreational, educational and therapeutic toys and equipment for loan to all children, professionals and groups for a 3 week period. Equipment can help child to develop fine and gross motor skills; coordination; reading, writing Items include sensory stimulation toys; puzzles and manipulative toys; cognitive and perceptual materials; adapted electronic toys and switches; large outdoor equipment, childrens books, tapes and videos. Playgroups held on various days

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Family centre is a community built building (self managed) which houses various community and interest groups; rooms for community use, wheelchair access and accessible toilets.

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Provides support for amputees in the Kingaroy area. Provides information and guidance to access assistance. Can arrange visits to hospital if necessary. Annual membership fees.

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Provides housing for people in crisis; provides short term supported accommodation; emergency housing; advocacy and referral; holds resource information; personal and practical support.

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Provides short term supported accommodation; accommodation for people in crisis; welfare advocacy and support; referral and resource service; provides practical and personal support

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Provides emergency accommodation for people in crisis; provides short term supported accommodation; provides advocacy and referral; provides personal and practical support. This service is able to link you to specialist services such as Legal Aid, Farm Finance, Youth Legal Aid, Domestic Violance Unit, rape and incest crisis services.

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Help people in housing crisis; provide short term supported accommodation; provide advocacy and referral; provide resource information. Provides personal and practical support; serves the Winton area.

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Aims to advocate for women's health and wellbeing; provide preventative health education; promote development of self help programs and activities to meet the identified needs of women in the community. Offers womens health and wellbeing service; Rockhampton rape, incest and sexual violence centre (RRISC) and domestic and family violence court assistance service. All services are free and confidential and available to all women over 13 yrs.

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Wide Bay Division covers Bundaberg and District areas, North Burnett, Hervey Bay and Maryborough

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Banana Shire Council

QLD, Australia

Council meeting 4th Friday of each month at 8 am

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Barcoo Shire Council

QLD, Australia

Meeting 2nd Monday of each month at 9am

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Boulia Shire Council

QLD, Australia

Council Meeting held last Tuesday of each month at 9 am.

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Council Meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 9.30 am. All written communications to be addressed to "The Chief Executive Officer".

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Council meets on a Wednesday at 9 am.

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4th weekly general meetings on a Tuesday.

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Community Development Centre Mission Statement: To co-ordinate the provision and development of various human services that meet the identified needs within the Livingstone Shire to promote strong community ethos and quality of life.

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Meetings third Thursday of each month at 10am.

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Meetings fourth Friday of each month at 9.30am. All writted communications to be addressed to "The Chief Executive Officer".

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Meetings second Tuesday of each month at 9am and the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7pm.

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Meetings first and third Tuesday of each month at 9am. All written communications to be addressed to "The Chief Executive Officer".

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Council meets every third Tuesday at 5pm

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Meetings held every 3 weeks, rotated between Murgon, wondai, Nanango and Kingaroy commencing at 9 am.

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Meetings third Tuesday of each month at 8am.

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Multicultural communities relations officer 07 4936 8368: maria.rickertt@rcc.qld.gov.au Mayor: Brad Carter A/C: Gary Stevenson. Meetings second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 3 pm.

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Meetings third Wednesday of each month at 9.30am

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Meetings third Friday of each month at 9am.

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Meetings third Thursday of each month at 10.30am.

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Meetings every three weeks at 9 am.

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This unit was estabalished so people who live in regional Queensland can have input into State Government policy development and decision making. Local individuals and groups can raise proposals directly with the State Government through quarterly Ministerial Regional Community Forums held in each region.

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To ensure the ATSIC people who are at risk to themselves or others due to their enibriated state, have access to non custodial diversionary facilities.

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1800 number is an afterhours crisis line. Services offered in the areas of child abuse and neglect and foster care. Referral service; provides educational materials on same. Child protection (investigating notifications of abuse and neglect, intervening to ensure children are not at risk of harm. Recruitment, training and support of foster carers).

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Child protection (investigating notifications of abuse and neglect, intervening to ensure children are not at risk of harm and recruitment, training and support of careproviders) Department is also responsible for Juvenile Justice, Adoptions, Family Support.

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Provides an information and a referral service, e.g. referral to other services, domestic violence support, emergency relief.

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A referral and information service. Able to provide information about health and welfare services in the area

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Wide Bay Sexual Health

QLD, Australia

Fiona Stack - Nurse Unit Manager

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Migraine Support Group

QLD, Australia

Support group does not operate at present but the number above will put you in touch with fellow sufferers. If phone unattended leave message and Rod and Paula Penrose will phone you back - anyday, anytime.

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Provides free advice re- home maintenance, modifications, repairs and security to eligible clients. Also subsidised assistance to eligible clients. Visits to Augathella, Morven,Cunnamulla, Quilpie,Adavale, Thargomindah.

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Provide free info and advice re- home maintenance, modifications, repairs and security to eligible clients. Also subsidised assistance available for eligible clients. This service covers a large geographical area.

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Meet 1st Thurs each month 10.30 am - 12 noon except January.

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The Neighbourhood Centre is a community facility offering a number of services including group activities, childcare, emergency relief, and a resource library with free use of computers. The Chronic Pain Education and Support Group meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month between 10am - 12 noon.

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Provides info on primary health care to older people. Also focuses on community development and social justice.

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Lifeline provide a variety of services across the region. See separate listings for Toowoomba Community Mens Network, Multicultural Project Officer, Family Support Program and Gambling Help. Telephone Counselling phone 13 11 14.

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Warrina Services

QLD, Australia

Personal care, Community Access, Lifestyle skills and programs, respite. Also operates acquired brain injury community information service.

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Regional Services Coordinator/ Nurse tel. (07) 4638 9327. 0408186690 Free CD available for education of clients and carers. Order by email to val.kellett@msqld.org.au

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Funded by DSQ to provide respite support for carers of people with disabilities aged 0 - 65 years

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Flexible support service for people with disabilities, providing respite, in home and residential, care and community access. People must have funding available to them as this is a fee for service service. Will assist to apply for funding packages.

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Life Tec

QLD, Australia

Brochure held in centre.

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STP inc interagency community based group working to promote safety in TMBA REGION through needs based crime prevention programs

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Provides services to eligible veterans and war widows.

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Provides assistance with pension issues, counselling, information and referral. This service is provided by volunteer Veterans.

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A support group providing information, social and practical assistance for people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. No fees for meeting but joining fee for Newsletter etc.

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Headway Qld - Toowoomba

QLD, Australia

Support and advice for people with acquired brain injury, their carers and families. Headway organise social and recreational activities and provide a resource library of information.

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Information and support service run by volunteers, to inform people about what avenues of help are available in the area.

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Care Balonne Assoc Inc

QLD, Australia

Provides a variety of community services including information, advocacy and social support.

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Provides free legal amd support services to the broader community, especially those who are disadvantaged and unable to access other services in Toowoomba. Programs include individual support, info & referral to other services

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Support group meets Quarterly

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10.30 am 3rd Tuesday of month.

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1st Wednesday of the month

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Support group for carers of older persons, and young people with disabilties. Meetings as advised.

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Operated by volunteers. Can be contacted for advice on pensions disability etc

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Family Planning Queensland provides community education, and a variety of clinical services concerning sexual and reproductive health. Appointment required to see GP.

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Provide financial assistance, telephone support and resources/information.

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Incorporates the Toowoomba Community Legal Service, the Rural Womens Outreach Legal Service, the Disability Advocacy Service, Tenancy Advice and Advocacy Service, and the Community Support Program. Appointments essential.

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Offers alternative programs for secondary school children who have been long term disconnected from education. Hospitality, Construction and IT. Also have Year 10 Maths and English. Supply transport (only within Toowoomba City) Students are mainly aboriginal from the Juvenile Justice System or have left school at an early age before completing their compulsory schooling.

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Provides after school assistance with homework, literacy and numeracy skills, at designated local schools. Service is facilitated by volunteers, coordinated by a team leader.

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A support group for all non-professional carers.

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The Basement

QLD, Australia

Drop-in centre for people in need. Food and support available 11 am - 12.30 pm. Wednesday - Homeless Person Legal Clinic (11am - 12pm) free information and advice from private firms donating their time & knowledge. Special Programs available please contact centre for information.

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A mutual self-help support group providing education, some individual support, community education about manic-depressive illness. The group is facilitated by a mental health practitioner.

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