News

The latest update for the Health and Wellbeing Pillar's activity.

Find out about the breastfeeding data for our region.

The Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health (CEH) 4-day Health Literacy Course can help you make it easier for consumers to find, understand and use information about your services.

Social Statistics has released a new data tool presenting information about carers in each Victorian municipality.

Libby Mears, CEO of Leisure Networks and former Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Executive, has been acknowledged for her contribution.

A useful infographic explaining the work of PCPs around the state.

Social Statistics has released a new data tool presenting information about older residents in each Victorian municipality.

With the state election coming soon, VCOSS are reviewing policy proposals by the major parties. This includes specific policies related to health and wellbeing.

The team at G21 enjoyed taking part in the annual Christ Church community lunch for the Feed Geelong Appeal.

The latest update for the Health and Wellbeing Pillar's activity.

The G21 Health and Wellbeing team are looking to promote local publications on its website. Read more...

Feed Geelong Appeal is looking for your support.

Flyers now available for the exciting Healthy Living Forum coming in November 2018.

Leisure Networks is currently recruiting for a Program Coordinator, Community & Club Development position.

How safe are our cities for young women and girls?

Expression of Interest - Changing the Game Building Gender Equality in the Barwon Region - September 2018 – June 2019

Feel concerned about the amount of gambling advertising young people are exposed to? Want to take action?

 

The City of Greater Geelong is seeking ommunity feedback regarding the draft Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2018-2021

The Well is a new site provding useful resources about health and wellbeing topics, including a strong focus on prevention.

The bringing together of two organisations Barwon Centre Against Sexual Assault and Minerva Community Services is now called Sexual Assault Family Violence Centre (SAFV Centre).
We are excited about this announcement and the official name change of our organisation.

Our new Website is www.safvcentre.org.au and email first.surname@safv.org.au.

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