ParentsNext goes to Yarrabilba

YFS’ ParentsNext program will offer employment preparation services for parents of young children in Yarrabilba every Monday, starting on the 6th of February. After helping almost 400 Logan parents to improve their work readiness since it started back in April 2016, ParentsNext is expanding its work readiness service to residents of Yarrabilba on Mondays from […]

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Job quest takes months

Albert & Logan News, December 22, 2016 Youth employment has plunged across the greater Logan region, with some jobseekers applying for hundreds of jobs to no avail. The participation rate for people aged 15-24 within the Logan-Beaudesert catchment dropped from 70.9 per to 65.4 per cent over the 12 months leading to October 2016. Despite […]

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Free mobile charging for homeless

Courier Mail , December 15 2016 Homeless people in Logan were given a fillip on the weekend when more than $200,000 was allocated to help them stay in touch with family, friends and find work. Housing Minister Mick de Brenni said Logan-based not-for-profit organisation YFS would receive $55,000 from the state government’s Dignity First Fund […]

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Homelessness in Logan goes mobile with Dignity First

Queensland Government Media Release, Minister for Housing and Public Works Hon Mick de Brenni Logan people experiencing homelessness will be better connected to family, friends and support services with YFS today named as a recipient of the Palaszczuk Government’s Dignity First Fund. Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni said YFS will receive $55,000 […]

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