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Catholic workers make pledge against domestic violence on White Ribbon Day

Jesse Jones

FAMILY mediator Jesse Jones has promised all women living in Australia that he would stand up for them if they were ever put in a violence situation at home. Mr Jones, who works for Centacare’s Family and Relationships Centre in Chermside, made a public pledge on White Ribbon Day to stand up and speak out against family and domestic violence. ... Read More »

Violence against indigenous women a growing epidemic

indigenous violence

BLACK eyes, stabbings and sexual assaults.  These are the common attacks on women and children in Queensland’s indigenous communities, inflicted with such prevalence by spouses that domestic violence is considered to be part of “every day” life. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are 34 times more likely to be hospitalised from domestic violence and 10 times more likely to ... Read More »

Centacare helping when people need us the most

Centacare helps the needy

SUNSHINE Coast’s most vulnerable receive unending care by Brisbane’s most trusted support service, Centacare. Centacare’s Suncoast Cooloola Outreach Prevention and Education (SCOPE) recently helped a mother and her three children at risk of serious domestic violence. The agency helped the family escape to a refuge with only the clothes on their backs.  The woman had been through the Family Law ... Read More »

Centacare provides ways to help and creating hope for 50 years

Centacare helping for 50 years

CENTACARE has been providing support services to the people of South East Queensland for more than 50 years. The agency’s strong Catholic ethos means Centacare are committed to the entire community, regardless of religion, circumstance, ethnicity, economic situation, age, gender or ability. Clients can find Centacare services in every corner of South East Queensland.  With a workforce of more than ... Read More »

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