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Anglicare NQ provides a wide range of Youth support services across the North Queensland area including Cairns, Mareeba and Townsville, including Youth Support, Case Management, Outreach, Emergency Male and Female accommodation and Out of Home Care.

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If you're happy, keep doing whatever you're doing. If you're not happy, change something

Youth Support Program - Cairns added 15 photos and a video.

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Yay for The Great Dream Project! Today had the Great Dreamers filling the space with kind, helpful, inspirational and positive messages~ Written, Said, Drawn and Painted on Stones, Cards and People! 🌈👏😊
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Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see - Mark Twain 👏❤❤ #quoteoftheday

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YSP Meets Nintringanyi every Thursday afternoon and today we had an educational Quiz Session as well as Football and a yummy feed! 👏😊
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Youth Support Program - Cairns added 2 photos and 4 videos.

Feel Good Fitness Wednesday! Today was Circuit Training and Learning Boxing Moves!
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Feel Good Fitness Wednesday! Today was Circuit Training and Learning Boxing Moves!

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The Victorian government are making changes to the regulations covering home schooling. A lot of people don't realise that for many children, home schooling is a life saving measure. The Andrews Government wants to make it much harder to remove children from school. This means children who are being bullied or suffering mental health distress from school experiences must stay in school for around 28 days or more while the parent waits for homeschooling approval.

Parents will no longer be permitted to immediately remove their child from school without permission-- this life saving measure will be scrapped under the new regulations. If you remove your child anyway even as a matter of safety or protection, you will face truancy fines.

Basically the government is confining vulnerable kids to school for a month or more, even when school is unsafe, unhealthy or unsuitable for a child. Naturally, they're not letting the public know about these Regulations which deny a child the right to protection from harm.

Fast, unobstructed access to homeschooling has saved many lives. Now the government wants to stop this life saving measure.
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beyondblueHi Allan, thanks for getting in touch with us again. We're sorry to hear what you're going through. Please remember you can get in contact with our support service 24/7 by phone on 1300 22 4636 or on Webchat 3pm-12pm AEST on our website: www.beyondblue.org.au/getsupport.

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Christina Schirripa shared an event to beyondblue's Timeline.

4 TABLES LEFT!!!!

Yes, you read that right! We are close to selling out!!!!! So if you would like to come along, please do not delay or you may miss out. Once our ticket quota is sold - that is it, there will be no more tickets!!!!!

Buy your tickets here: www.ticketebo.com.au/btsgala

The night is shaping up to be a wonderful one, full of fun, laughter and entertainment, but do not forget the real reason we are here - to raise money for beyondblue and awareness of mental health and suicide.

Tickets are still available at the Early Bird prices.... you do not need to buy a table of ten... come alone, bring a friend, or a group - the choice is yours ... if you are a booking of less than 10, you will seated with other lovely guests!!!!!

Table of 10 tickets - start from $450
Adult tickets - start from $50
Child tickets - $20
Children under 4 are free.

What are you waiting for?
Buy your tickets here: www.ticketebo.com.au/btsgala

Look forward to seeing you there! 🙂

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Beyond 'the stigma' Gala
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Beyond 'the stigma' Gala

Beyond 'the stigma' Gala

August 18, 2017, 6:30pm

Veneto Club Bulleen

We invite you to join us for an evening of fun as well as raising awareness for mental health and suicide. All proceeds from this event will be donated to beyondblue and to the support services they ...

Beyond the stigma Gala

Jennifer Lee StefaniThis will be fabulous so looking forward to. It will be a wonderful event.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Emmanuelle RocheI would love to be closer..... last year's event looked fantastic!

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Angela VitaleCan't commit just yet.... but trying to be there this year Christina <3

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