Service provided by Anglicare as the Key Worker/case worker, in partnership with O'Connell Family Centre (parenting specalists) and Cara (supported housing for young mothers).
Care connect disability case management services provide flexible and innovative assessment, planning, service coordination and brokerage services to meet indentified needs.
Collaborative team approach for pregnant women, alcohol and drug service, pregnancy care education and support, information Case management and support for vulnerable young people and their families where young people are at risk. Free information service on sexual and reproductive health care, education and advocacy The Australian Childhood Foundation works to put a stop to child abuse and give children a life free from trauma and violence.
Opening Doors provides a first and immediate response to individuals experiencing housing distress.
Former Research Assistant at Lamar University Former Software Engineer at Samsung R&D Institute Bangladesh Studies Ph. Computer Science at University of Memphis Studied Masters of Science in Computer Sciences at Lamar University Studied BSC in CSE at Khulna University of Engineering and Technology Studied HSC (completed) at Chittagang college 04-06 Studied High school at ST.
Our focus is our clients, their carers and families.
A combination of specialist support services, training and consultancy, knowledge sharing and advocacy working to remove the barriers young people face as they make Australia their home.
Mental health service for children and youth up to the age of 25 years Support services - maternal and infant support, women's and means social support groups, employment/resume/job interview support A state-wide community based organisation that aims to strengthen and build innovative partnerships between young people, support services and the community to enhance life opportunities for young people from Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
CMYI has a priority focus on CALD young people from refugee and newly arrived communities.