Futures Free From Violence group (VIC)
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The Drummond Street Family Violence Response team is offering a free 12 week group for women and gender diverse individuals who have enacted harm in their family and intimate partner relationships. The group will be held at their Carlton office beginning the last week of March. Find out more here…
NDIS LGBTIQ+ Communities Hub – Reimagine
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reimagine.today is co-designed with people living with mental health conditions including psychosocial disability. Many of the people involved in reimagine.today have lived experience of the NDIS. They have used their experience to help you better understand the NDIS and the  opportunities for people living with psychosocial disability. These resources were co-designed by people from within LGBTIQ+ communities, with lived experience of mental health concerns, their carers and chosen supports.  The resources on this hub give …
Futures Free From Violence (VIC)
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Future Free From Violence (FFFV) groups start at the end of March & are recruiting participants. If you have used violence/force in a relationship & would like to engage with a supported group to work towards making decisions which move away from violence or force contact (03) 9663 6733 or futuresfree@ds.org.au
Eating Disorders (VIC)
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Eating Disorders Victoria established online support groups in 2020 to support the eating disorders community through COVID-19 and they are continuing these groups in 2021. BLOOM is a group exclusively for the LGBTQIA+ community who are experiencing eating disorders. It is a safe space to discuss the dynamic challenges of eating disorders, body image, gender identity and sexuality. You can find out more on the flier here…  Book to attend here…
LGBTIQ+ 101 training sessions
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Wombat Housing Support Services and Zoe Belle Gender Collective are offering  LGBTIQ+ 101 training sessions for workers in care and protection services. The training is a free, online one-day session from 10am-3pm, and covers the basics of LGBTIQ+ best practice. It is suitable for anyone working in child protection, placement, foster care, kinship care, residential care services and other out of home care roles. There are two training dates available.  Register here for March 9Register here for March 15
Get Together for a Free Breastscreen (VIC)
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Rainbow Rose is a BreastScreen Victoria initiative, offering dedicated screening sessions for the LGBTI community. Members of the LGBTI community can face unique barriers when it comes to screening and are an under-screened group. Rainbow Rose sessions create a space where the community can feel safe and supported, and where people can get together with a friend or a group of friends to screen. Sessions are available to LGBTI people between the high-risk ages of 50-74.Screening takes 10 minutes, is free, conducted …
TRANSPIRE Peer Support Group
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TGV Support Group is now holding virtual sessions online! TGV’s peer led support group is designed to speed you along, whether your obstacle is direction, connection or even just you. It’s confidential and you can be anonymous. No appointment or referral is needed. They meet on the 2nd Wednesday evening and the 4th Saturday morning each month. To get the Zoom link, please RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSctTbunx49ryG…/viewform  To find more: https://tgv.org.au/supportgroup
TransForum 2021
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TransForum is an online gathering for trans and gender diverse people to build their capacity in peer support, kick-start new projects and celebrate existing projects within the community. Held on Wednesday 17 February – Thursday 18 February 2021. Presented by Transgender Victoria. Join a free, two-day online gathering featuring talks and workshops from our community. We will cover how to present an authentic acknowledgement of country, how to access funding for peer support, discuss trauma …
Writing Themselves In 4 national report
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The data in the Writing Themselves In 4 national report comes from a survey taken in 2019 of over 6000 LGBTQA+ people aged 14 to 21 from all over Australia about their experiences with education, homelessness, harassment, assault, mental health, community connections and more. You can download the Writing Themselves In 4 report here The animation from the launch can be viewed and shared here 
Darebin Community for GSD Males
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Are you a carer and a gender and sexually diverse male connected to the Darebin community? Your Community Health is inviting you to attend a Self Care Session on Wednesday 10 February. To register your interest, please call or email Aidan on 03 8470 1883 or aidan.borthwick@yourcommunityhealth.org.au