Queanbeyan news

  • eheadspace group chat sessions coming up!

    See the flyers for three upcoming group chat sessions, two for young people and one aimed at parents and other adults caring for young people.
  • Letter to Current and Former Clients of headspace Queanbeyan

    I am writing to inform you that the service arrangements for headspace Queanbeyan will change on 1 July 2018.
  • What makes you happy?

    The YRG at headspace Queanbeyan want to share the positivity so they are running a “What Makes You Happy” photo project. They have started a photo board (which they hope will soon double in size) for people to share pics of things that make them happy. They are inviting all young people to submit photos and be part of the project. Young people can bring in a pic and add it to the board, or email it to info@headspacequeanbeyan.org.au and I will arrange for them to be printed and added.
  • 13 REASONS WHY – resources available

    Following the launch of 13 Reasons Why Season 2, headspace National would like to advise the network that the resources for young people, parents and schools are now available at https://13reasonswhy.info/?country=4 The resources include suggestions on how you can look after yourself and your friends, how parents and schools can respond to the difficult themes depicted in the show, and how to seek help. There will be a couple of group chats hosted by eheadspace this week. To find out more or to register for the group chat go to: https://www.eheadspace.org.au/get-help/eheadspace-group-chat-session/
  • 29TH MAY 2018: RECONCILIATION WALK (10.15-2pm)

    headspace is proud to again be participating in this year’s local Reconciliation Walk. We hope you will join us for the walk and activities– including headspace’s drumming circle. Each year, Council invites local schools and the community to come together for the Queanbeyan Reconciliation Walk to celebrate National Reconciliation Week. The annual Reconciliation Walk is a hugely popular and symbolic event, with community members and more than 1,000 students from schools across the LGA getting together to promote reconciliation, recognise the contribution of Aboriginal people, and highlight the challenges we face to continue to Close the Gap Walk starts at Queen’s Bridge, Ray Morton Park, Trinculo place at 10.15 for a 10.30 start. Walk finishes at Reconciliation Garden Queanbeyan park. Walk will be followed by a BBQ, community stalls and a range of activities.
  • Dog Space goes National!

    Dog Space goes National The headspace National Forum was on 20-21 March in Melbourne with 900 headspace staff from around the country participating. At the forum headspace Queanbeyan show cased our DOG SPACE group – a fortnightly group where young people get to hang out for an hour with Delta Therapy dogs. We were lucky enough to have Delta Dogs come to the forum to interact with participants and show them first-hand how hanging out with a therapy dog can have a positive impact on well-being. We were lucky enough to win a $1000 prize for this showcase (who doesn’t love dogs!). Since the forum we are excited to hear of a number of headspace centres around the country starting up their own versions of DOG SPACE. Good luck to you all. DOG SPACE meets from 4-5pm at headspace Queanbeyan on the second and fourth Mondays of the month. If you would like to receive text message reminders on the day DOD SPACE is on – let us know.
  • headspace Queanbeyan turns three!

    Since opening their doors in April 2015 headspace Queanbeyan has supported over 1380 young people and provided nearly 8,000 occasions of service! Centre Manager, Zora Todoroska, said “The community has warmly welcomed us and supports the work we do at headspace. We would particularly like to acknowledge the partnerships we have with other services, ensuring the young people who come to headspace Queanbeyan can access a range of supports from the one location.”
  • Youth Week Wrap Up

    Youth Week 2018 went off!
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