When we arrive at the farm at about 2pm, it’s uncharacteristically sunny. Following a spate of rainy days, the saturated blue of the sky makes me squint as I walk behind Daniel over the racetrack. As we walk, he tells me about himself: it’s his first week as coordinator and he is eager to [...]
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I joined the team as a [phone] counsellor for SANDBAG Connect where I learned how to use my skills for telephone counselling, then moved on to Reflecting Team counselling sessions. I learned about counselling clients with Domestic Violence experiences and gained new information and skills through the debriefs and clinical supervision. One thing I want [...]
As we are all now aware, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having a dramatic impact around the globe and Australia is taking unprecedented actions to quell the spread of the virus. Here at SANDBAG, we have already taken a number of precautionary steps to protect the health and wellbeing of our community members, [...]
Opportunity to work with a supportive and flexible employer Create opportunities for people with disability to access their community Various Part-Time Permanent Positions available approx.10 hours per fortnight with opportunities for increased hours in the future. Level 1.1 and 2.1 (SCHCADS) Making a positive impact and facilitating community linking, friendship’s and connections for people [...]
Shantell commenced a student placement with SANDBAG’s Domestic Violence and Family Counselling Program in September 2017. Whilst juggling family, university studies and life in general, Shantell became a committed and enthusiastic team member. “Working at SANDBAG has been a rewarding and enriching experience.” Shantell was given the opportunity to train in the many facets [...]
SANDBAG was proud to be named a finalist in the Queensland Training Awards for the Community Initiative Category. Our Building our Community Training Program funded through the Queensland Governments Skilling Queenslanders for Work Initiative has been an incredible success with over 70% of participants gaining employment as a result. To find out more about future [...]
“What is the Role of Community in the Prevention of Domestic Violence?”. Turns out the answer is “Lots!”. We are hosting community conversations to engage people in a community conversation around how individuals can take a more active role within the 4017 area. To find out more contact firstname.lastname@example.org