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The Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) has appointed Lives Lived Well to establish a new Veterans’ and Families’ Hub for Southeast Queensland.
Lives Lived Well has been named the recipient of a Queensland Mental Health Week Achievement Award in the large not-for-profit organisation (100+ staff) category on 14 October.
Problematic alcohol consumption is the most common concern for people seeking help at Central Queensland’s newest purpose-built live-in withdrawal and rehabilitation service, Binbi Yadubay – Healthy Beginnings.
Twenty employees from across Lives Lived Well have been fortunate to complete the “transformative” Red Dust Healing program in 2022.
In October during Mental Health Week, headspace Southport’s Family Peer Support Worker Cate White facilitated a self-care group for families and carers of the headspace Early Psychosis Program.
Lives Lived Well has announced the recipients of its inaugural Deadly Awards program.
Lives Lived Well’s Rockhampton residential service, Binbi Yadubay – Healthy Beginnings is officially opened by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
The Withdrawal Unit at Lives Lived Well’s new Rockhampton residential service, Binbi Yadubay – Healthy Beginnings, is now open.
Lives Lived Well recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the original inhabitants of the land now known as Australia and their continuing connection to land, air and sea. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands across which we work and live, and pay our respects to elders, past and present.
Lives Lived Well celebrates diversity and is committed to providing inclusive services and workplaces. Everyone has the right to live well, with dignity and respect. We offer support to all people without judgment or discrimination.