Excess office desks – free to a good homeJanuary 15, 2020
We are moving to a new office soon and as a result have several spare desks that we can’t take with us. We are offering them for free to a good home! Please note: You need to remove the desk or desks yourself from our office in Oak Flats and there is a stairwell. They can be dismantled. Some desks are available immediately and some are not available until after 28/1/2020. You are welcome to inspect the desks but must make an appointment by calling our office on (02) 4256 4333. There are also a couple of small drawer units also available. You can take one or many. First in basis. Desks will need to be removed during office hours at a prior agreed time and date. Please click here for more information.
ISLHD Homelessness Mental Health ProgramJanuary 8, 2020
Community Industry Group is proud to be part of the ISLHD Homelessness Mental Health Program. The ISLHD Homelessness Mental Health Program provides brokerage and/or case management to people who are: Over 18 years of age Homeless or at risk of homelessness (tenancy at risk) Have a diagnosed mental health condition Live in the Illawarra or Shoalhaven We also provide advocacy for clients to Government Departments and NGO’s as well as education programs e.g. hoarding and squalor training. Click here for the referral form. For more information contact: Homelessness Mental Health Program Social Worker Social Work Department The Wollongong Hospital Phone: 02 4253 4500 Email: ISLHD-HMHProgram@health.nsw.gov.au For a printable version of the flyer click here.
Navigating End of Life Issues Forum and MarketplaceDecember 8, 2019
We had an excellent turn out of more than 90 people at our latest Navigating Local Services Forum on 28 November 2019. The topic was End of Life Issues and we heard from five keynote speakers plus a great cross section of service providers giving their two minute power pitch. Priyanka Bhattarai from Flinders University gave an update on the progress of the development of the End of Life Directions in Aged Care Resources website. This is mainly for residential care services but it looks like there is valuable information for everyone and it is continuing to evolve. For more information go to www.eldac.com.au. Nilda Miranda, Clinical Nurse Consultant from the Palliative Care Service told us about the wonderful services they are able to offer and how Palliative care has evolved in recent years. We are very lucky to have this service covering the area between Helensburgh to Foxground and […]