A Place to Belong is a small organisation working to build inclusion for people who experience mental health challenges.
We do this by encouraging and developing the capacity of the community to welcome and include others.
Our vision is to facilitate inclusive community through building networks of contact and friendship, so that people who have been marginalised can experience inclusion, acceptance, friendship and respect.
We are constantly searching for community-minded people who want to be committed to including others in their lives. We aim to inspire and enable these threads of connection, camaraderie and friendship.
If you would like to explore the possibility of offering friendship to others who are excluded and are struggling to find their place to belong, contact us.
If you have any insights to share about how belonging and inclusion can be developed or facilitated for people please share these with us, contact us.
The most precious resource we have for coping with life in an unstable, discontinuous and revolutionary world is not information but each other. (Hugh Mackay)
New print run!
A resource for people who want to assist in the facilitation of someone’s belonging. It contains some of the story of A Place to Belong, some relevant literature about belonging and a range of models and strategies that anyone can use.
Written in 2002 by Neil Barringham, Manager of A Place to Belong.
Read a sample chapter from Finding People to Be There.
Contact A Place to Belong to purchase this publication (Cost $20).
Please find attached a copy of Belonging – A Place To Belong 2018 Newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading the updates, reflections and plans for this year.
Click here to download the Newsletter
Greetings from A Place to Belong,
You are welcome to come to our upcoming Sunday workshop on the 4th of February 2:00-4:00 pm.
At this workshop we will focus on the connection between belonging and mental health. We will particularly look at how we belong and how we can assist people’s belonging. For more information see the flyer attached.
You are welcome to bring others.No cost and no RSVP required.
If you have any questions, call A Place to Belong office on 32172522 or Neil on 0437718420.
Venue: St. Francis College, 233 Milton Rd., Milton
You are welcome to come to our upcoming Sunday workshop on the 12th of November.
In Part 2: The NDIS and Mental Health
We will explore how to gain support and assistance when we need to undergo an NDIS assessment. For more information Download the flyer
You are welcome to bring others. No RSVP required. The workshop is free. Questions: Call A Place To Belong office on 3217-2522 or Neil on 0437-718-420.
See you at St. Francis College 233 Milton Rd. Milton. Lecture Room 1.
Date: Wednesday, 26th July 2017
Time: From 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Chermside Kedron Community Church, 590 Gympie Road, Chermside
A Day For
- demystifying and humanising mental health for pastoral care workers and chaplains;
- enabling members of the community to make a difference in the lives of people who face mental health difficulties;
- equipping members of the community to walk alongside those affected by mental ill-health;
- informing members of the community of the resources available to help people in dealing with Mental Health and Wellbeing;
- raising awareness of how the Mental Health System works.
More details available download your Brochure get your registration form and join us.
Please return the form to:
Carlos Tamayo-A Place To Belong- PO Box 5873, West End,QLD 4101 Ph: 3217 2522 Fax: 3217 2274 Email: Carlos@aplacetobelong.org.au