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Support Services and Education

We exist to facilitate a strong community-support network that promotes positive Australian values of mateship, honesty, integrity, compassion and looking out for each other.  Provision of practical, informative strategies will build resilience and strength in individual participants and increase their ability to make clear decisions, resulting in personal long-term growth and connectedness.

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“We received the best support we could hope for!”

Focus

Our services and programs target the most vulnerable in our local community – families, children, elderly and youth with careful attention to the needs of the lonely and the homeless. We employ strategies to empower participants to increase their capacity and confidence to face challenges and to improve their life and livelihoods. In view of these important services and programs, particular focus is directed at addressing mental health and well-being, the environment and protection of assets from bushfires.

The program is open to all, including First Nations people, multicultural groups as well as people from all religious beliefs.

Thank you

“Your assistance at such a dire time will never be forgotten”

Capacity

The Wyee Hub is run by volunteers from the community, churches and other groups bringing together volunteers with a wide range of professional and skilled backgrounds. To maximize their effectiveness they will be offered training as part of the community team-building plan to both improve capacity and their wellbeing.

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Providing services and support for the most vulnerable within society including: children, youth, women, the elderly, the homeless, lonely, disabled and disaster affected.

  • Empowering people to make clear positive decisions for their future
  • Supporting all people including first nations people, multicultural groups as well as people from all religious beliefs.

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