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Pathways 2012/2013 Annual Report

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Pathways PHaMs Employment Services

Did you know that Pathways offers a Personal Helpers & Mentors service (PHaMs) specifically to ready those with a lived experience of mental illness for employment.   

Click on the image below to download our PHaMs Employment Services brochure and contact us on (03) 5229 8295 if you are interested in this service.

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Walking Home for the Salvos

Pathways is once again proud to be associated with "Walking Home".

Walking Home is a walk to raise the awareness of homelessness in our region. This year's event will be held on Saturday 8th November 2014. The walk begins in Queenscliff, proceeds along the Bellarine Rail Trail to conclude at Steampacket Gardens at the Geelong Waterfront. The total walk distance is 37km but walkers can choose to do a particular section of the walk if preferred. You can choose from four distances, depending on your fitness level and time availability. Whatever your distance, you will walk alongside dedicated representatives of the many organisations who deliver services to homeless people and many other like-minded community folk. - See more at: http://www.salvationarmy.org.au/get-involved/Walking-home/

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Pathways hosts CLIP "taster day"

CLIP (Community Life Inclusion Project) is a project that aims to help young people increase their understanding of what the community services sector does & the range of career options available. On Thursday July 17 Pathways hosted the CLIP taster day event for Mental Health.

The students spent the day with Pathways, in a successful and informative introduction to working in Mental Health. They heard about upcoming opportunities in the field, about Pathways and it's programs and from several staff members on their career options. Students were captivated by James McLure's talk on recovery and lived experience, and broke out of their shells to ask many questions. They heard about youth work and what it's like working early intervention, and from Liz Darragh at headspace talking about youth services and her own diploma in Community Services and where it's taken her. The students worked diligently on activities that broke down mental health myths and received background information on the most common mental health issues to expel any distortions on causes, symptoms and treatment. They tried their hand at Mindfulness and completed the Basis 32 in an effort to look at the wide-ranging effects of Mental Health issues.

All in all it was a successful day that hopefully opened the minds of some youngsters to consider working in Mental Health!

CLIP is an initiative of St Laurence in partnership with Pathways, Karingal, Glastonbury and Barwon Health.CLIPLOGO 000

   

Clearwater Finalist @ 2014 Geelong Business Excellence Awards

Congratulations to Clearwater Property Care for achieving two 2014 Geelong Business Excellence Award (GBEA) finalist nominations.  The Award presentations were held at The Pier last night (Thursday 17th July, 2014) with over 500 members of the Geelong Business community in attendance.  Clearwater was named finalist in the Commercial Services Medium and the Medium Business or Division/Department of a Business categories.

Pathways CEO, Adrian Buckley, thanked the GBEA project team (Brad Keating, Paula Allan, Melissa Mortimer and Carlo Donnoli) for their significant work in putting together both the written and oral presentations to the judges.

For Clearwater to receive finalist status amongst the top echelon of Geelong Businesses is due recognition of the outstanding work of the Clearwater team and the significant social outcomes that Clearwater has, and will continue to achieve.

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