LikeMind building

A Linker from Ability Links will now be based at mental health service LikeMind, 122-124 Kite St, Orange, every Thursday, 9.30am-11.30am. Just drop in for a chat, or you can make an appointment by contacting LikeMind Orange, 6311 1700.

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The Central West Multicultural Services Directory (including some services based in other areas) categories include: migrant and refugee support; legal; multicultural/multilingual; education/employment; health, ageing and disability; leisure; faith/religious groups; and multicultural groups.

ALO building

Accessible Living Options
Open Day
6 April 2018, 1.30pm-4.00pm
369 Stewart St, Bathurst

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NSW Mental Health Commission
Suicide Prevention Forum
5 April 2018, 10.00am-12.30pm
Quality Inn Dubbo International, 165 Whylandra St, Dubbo

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Council on the Ageing (COTA) NSW Consultation
3 April 2018

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CID (Council for Intellectual Disability) Team Up
Introduction to Peer Support
12 April 2018, 9.30am-4.00pm
Western Plains Cultural Centre, 76 Wingewarra St, Dubbo

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The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR)'s Small Grants for Rural Communities (SGRC) addresses the following areas: Building Community Resilience; Developing Organisational Resilience and Capacity; Enhancing Environmental Sustainability; Fostering Cultural Vibrancy; Lifelong Education & Training; Economic Strength;

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Teen Time is an after school and vacation care program run by Orange City Council for teenagers (aged 12 years and older) with a disability, who have moderate to high support needs, and who have access to the NDIS.

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A new program running out of Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre is tackling post-traumatic stress in people who have experienced the likes of sexual assault, bullying, domestic violence and military deployment. The HOPE (Helping Our People Evolve) program aims to treat post-traumatic stress but also prevent it.