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The StandBy Response Service is a community-based postvention program delivered by Northern Rivers Social Development Council providing 24-hour response to friends, families, associates and communities bereaved by suicide. Suicide is a time of immense crisis and the tragedy of suicide loss can create trauma, deeply affecting individuals, families and entire communities. In many cases those bereaved do not know where to turn for help or how to find supports that may already exist. The Standby Response Service provides a reliable single point of service coordination and contact, offering respect, understanding and support for the health and well being of people bereaved by suicide, Call 0417 119298 - 24 hours 7 days per week

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Brunswick Heads Community Forum -   Have your say about the future of our region Brunswick Heads Community Forum - Have your say about the future of our region

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It's often easy to say what you don't like about how things are, but have you thought about how should they be? If you want to see a social plan for the future that takes into account what the community really wants, come along to a community forum in Brunswick Heads on Thursday, May 2 at 12pm and give your ideas about what our region should be like in the future. The forum will be held at Brunswick Memorial Hall and the ideas generated will be used by Northern Rivers Social Development Council (NRSDC) and Regional Development Australia (RDA) – Northern Rivers to develop a social plan for our region.

 

The Regional Social Plan will help change makers such as community groups and organisations know what's important to the people of the Northern Rivers region. Many concerned citizens and organisations are working toward providing services and making our communities better places to live in. If we can gather more evidence about what is important to the community, we can use this data to advocate and lobby government to bring about the changes we need.

Clarence Valley Community Forum -  Have your say about the future of our region Clarence Valley Community Forum - Have your say about the future of our region

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It's often easy to say what you don't like about how things are, but have you thought about how should they be? If you want to see a social plan for the future that takes into account what the community really wants, come along to a community forum in Grafton on Wednesday, May 1 at 4pm and give your ideas about what our region should be like in the future. The forum will be held at Grafton Community Centre and the ideas generated will be used by Northern Rivers Social Development Council (NRSDC) and Regional Development Australia (RDA) – Northern Rivers to develop a social plan for our region.

Clarence Valley Community Forum Clarence Valley Community Forum

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Clarence community members are invited to a community forum to give their ideas about what our region should be like in the future. The forum will be held at Grafton Community Centre on Wednesday, May 1 at 4pm and the ideas generated will be used by Northern Rivers Social Development Council (NRSDC) and Regional Development Australia (RDA) – Northern Rivers to develop a social plan for our region.

Youth Homelessness Matters Day 2013   Youth Homelessness Matters Day 2013

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On any given night in Australia, 26,000 young people are homeless. Over 5000 of those will be sleeping rough while over 20,000 will be making do as best the can between on the couches or floors of other people’s houses.

Youth Homelessness Matters Day on Wednesday, April 10, is a national campaign that aims to raise public awareness about youth homelessness. This year the aim of the campaign is to get 26,000 people to pledge to give up their bed own bed for the night. Youth Connections North Coast and Northern Rivers Social Development Council have taken up that challenge and have invited community representatives and workers to take the pledge and give up their beds for the night, instead camping out on the floor of a Church hall.

Community Forums -  have a say about  the future of our region Community Forums - have a say about the future of our region

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Northern Rivers Social Development Council (NRSDC) and Regional Development Australia (RDA) – Northern Rivers are working together to develop a social plan for our region, and are inviting the public to have a say through a number of community forums.

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