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Logan businesses and community groups are starting 2020 by sponsoring street banners urging the local community to end domestic and family violence.
A successful initiative that supports people to set up their own small businesses or find paid jobs is now accessible to more job seekers in Logan. YFS
Photo: SOCIAL CHANGE: R4Respect Youth Ambassadors Rachael Pascua and Nadia Saeed with Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton, YFS CEO Cath Bartolo and Andrew Taukolo. Jimboomba Times |
YFS’s R4Respect program today received a gold award in the community-led category of the 2019 Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards (ACVPA). The ACVPA recognise best practice
YOUTH JUSTICE: There have been 16 teenagers charged with a string of offences in the Logan Police District since June 21. By Jacob Wilson, Jimboomba Times |
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service and YFS join forces for youth justice in Logan
PARTNERSHIP: The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service and YFS have joined forces. Jimboomba Times | July 17 2019 – 5:00PM TWO youth service organisations
ProBono Australia: Wednesday 22 May 2019 at 5:47pm By Maggie Coggan Young people are being encouraged to play an active role in promoting respectful relationships after research