Greetings from a Place to Belong.
Our apologies that we did not post the final version of the Sunday Workshop flyer. Please find below the flyer attached.
You are more than welcome to come to our upcoming Sunday Workshop on the 25th of March from 2:00 to 4:00pm.
At this Workshop we will focus on our relationship with nature. We will particularly discuss how our relationship with nature affect our wellbeing and belonging.
- St. Francis College, 233 Milton Rd. Milton (100m from Milton Station)
- Lecture Room 1
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You are welcome to bring others. No cost and no RSVP required!
A Place to Belong will again be hosting two art therapists, Donna McDonald and Salam El-Merebi, to run an art and wellbeing group on five Fridays in February and March 2018.
Dates and times:
9:00-11:00am on the following:
- Friday 23 February
- Friday 2 March
- Friday 9 March
- Friday 16 March
- Friday 23 March
Venue: Thomas Street, West End.
RSPV-Registration: Telephone Angelica on (07) 32172522 or email her on mailto:email@example.com
This is an open group for any interested person aged 18 years and over. Spaces are limited to 8 people. Do not miss it out!
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Building community and bringing hope!
The Guiding Group’s purpose is to strengthen our vision, give direction to our work and help with the different aspects of our work.
Date: Thursday February 15, 2018
- 5:00pm for a shared meal and catch up
- 6:00-8:00pm for our main meeting
Venue: 69 Thomas Street, West End, Brisbane
- Share a meal together (bring food if you can).
- Hear from some people who will share experiences of how they are meeting people.
- Review our mission and vision about people meeting people.
- Meet Tim Barlott who is proposing some learning conversations with us about how people are meeting new people.
We would greatly value your input and insight at this Guiding Group meeting. Please join in if your are able to.
To download the flyer click here
We asked three service users about their experiences of home. A Place to Belong held a forum on this issue as part of our Guiding Group. The resulting feedback was crafted into a national report and campaign by Anglicare at a national level to raise awareness in the community of the importance of housing and home for your mental health and wellbeing.
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