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Victorians are once again being urged to sign up and get active through the Premier’s Active April challenge, which celebrates its 10-year anniversary this year.

Nominations are now open for the City of Hreater Geelong's 2018 Women in Community Life Awards. Nominations close 5pm Sunday, 18 February, 2018.

‘Head to Health’ is Australia’s new digital mental health gateway and provides a one-stop shop for services and resources delivered by some of Australia’s most trusted mental health service providers; including free or low-cost apps, online support communities, online courses and phone services.

People in Geelong’s northern suburbs will soon have access to additional health services through the $33 million Barwon Health North project, which is starting to take shape, with extra child and family support confirmed today as part of the project.

Over 1300 Surf Coast students participated in Council's celebration for International Day of People with Disability 2017

Young people will have access to health and wellbeing services and a social space, following the launch of the Surf Coast Youth Pod.

Travelling to access specialist services often places a large burden for patients in Rural areas. Flying Doctor Telehealth offers the opportunity for patients to access specialist services, without leaving their community.

DEBORAH Haygarth has multiple sclerosis, and work to do.

She won’t let her affliction deter her devoted advocacy for women living with disability, and G21-Geelong Region Alliance has opened its doors to help enable her mission.

The Backbone Support Group and our partners have finalised an Action plan around the shared health promotion priority of Healthy Eating and Active Living.

Bellarine Community Health has released a summary report of the community engagements sessions called 'Community Conversations'.

VicHealth’s biggest ever investment in women’s sport was announced last week, which will deliver a range of new opportunities designed to help Victorian women and girls get involved in sport – including those who’ve never played.

There are many key stakeholders within the G21 Region, committed to improving our understanding of family violence who are working together to reduce the current alarming rates of violence against women and children.

The G21 HWB Pillar would like to thank Stephanie Pridan for her valuable contribution to the Healthier Eating & Active Living regional priority. Stephanie is completing her 3rd Year of Public Health at Deakin University, and has completed her Health Promotion & Health Sciences Practicum at G21. 

Deakin University's School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences has cemented its position as the world’s best, according to the ARWU Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments 2017, coming in at number one for the second year running.

On the 13th October 2017, our partner agencies will come together to develop a Joined Up Action Plan around our shared health promotion priority of: Healthier Eating and Active Living.

VicHealth research found that there are five distinct ‘life stages’ which have common themes as well as unique attributes that influence physical activity behaviour. These stages are youth, young adults, parents, adults without children and retirees.

The Seeking Refuge Project in Geelong has been working hard to assist Asylum Seekers apply for their protection visas.

The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health’s Multicultural Health and Support Service (MHSS) is offering help for people from refugee and migrant backgrounds and professionals who work with these communities, on how to and improve sexual health.

Intimate Partner Violence and/or Family Violence can occur across all communities, social classes, ages, cultural backgrounds and geographical areas. Family Violence Flexible Support Packages are designed to provide limited financial assistance to victims/survivors of family violence within the LGBTI communities. 

A new pilot in Geelong is helping vulnerable young people transition from care to independence.

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