Linda and Helen ventured to Mooney Valley Racecourse to attend the 2019 Communities in Control Conference. This is a an annual conference that is designed for the not-for-profit/voluntary sector and brings up to 500 community workers together from around Australia. This year’s theme was Get Angry - Then Get Organised. They met people working and volunteering in neighbourhood … [Read more...] about 2019 Communities in Control Conference
Employment Opportunity at Wellington Primary Care Partnership A Primary Care Partnership is an alliance of health and community care agencies, working together to improve the health and wellbeing of their communities. The following position is available at the WPCP: Health Promotion Coordinator This is a full time role and Health Promotion experience is essential. … [Read more...] about Health Promotion Coordinator Position Available!
The Gardiner Foundation and Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal have announced the next round of funding for the Working in Dairy Communities Small Grants program. The aim of these grants is to strengthen small Victorian dairy communities, help build their capacity to deal with local issues, and enhance existing community infrastructure. Grants of up to $5,000 (from … [Read more...] about Working In Dairy Communities Small Grants
Health Literacy Month is a time for organisations and individuals to promote the importance of understandable health information. This annual, worldwide, awareness-raising event has been going strong ever since Helen Osborne founded it in 1999. Over the years health care organisations, community services, health literacy coalitions, government agencies, literacy programs, … [Read more...] about Health Literacy Month – 1-31 October
Wellington Primary Care Partnership (WPCP), as part of Gippsland Women’s Health, has received $485,000 from WorkSafe’s WorkWell program to deliver an exciting new mental health project across Wellington Shire. Working Well in Wellington is a three year project that aims to improve the mental health of shift workers. The funding will enable WPCP to employ a project worker … [Read more...] about WPCP’s Success with WorkSafe’s WorkWell Funding Application
Are you a change maker? Do you want to improve mental health in Wellington? Wellington Primary Care Partnership has been chosen to deliver a groundbreaking new project that will work with employers to improve the mental health and wellbeing of shift workers in our community. Project Worker This is a three year full time role. Part time and job share applications are also … [Read more...] about Position Available – Project Worker – Mental Health