Thank you to those who have supported the West Refuge in Werribee, supporting young people with emergency accommodation and practical, mental health and therapeutic wrap around supports.
Thanks to our Living Learning program, students who have been strugglingat school due to menal health issues, are getting a better shot at success in education and life.
There's always great excitement when a new member of staff arrives on the scene, and never more so than when that staff member is a therapy dog! The Hester Hornbrook Academy recently welcomed Cavoodle Teddy to their ranks
As part of of our series to acknowledge some of our great women leaders at MCM, we caught up with Lisa O’Brien, Senior Manager Youth And Family Homelessness Services to chat about International Women’s Day (IWD) and what inspires her most.
Continuing our series of interviews with women leaders across MCM to commemorate International Women’s Day on March 8 and its theme of "Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world” is a conversation with Sally Moore, Program Manager of Early Childhood Intervention Services.
International Women's Day is on March 8. The day calls for the full and effective participation and decision-making of women and girls in public life, the end of violence, achieving of equality, and the empowerment of all women.
With a focus on mental health, early intervention and more funding for medium to long term housing to fix the state’s homelessness crisis, MCM welcomes the findings of the Parliamentary Inquiry into Homelessness in Victoria that was tabled today.
A consortium of tradesmen and contractors, many of whom are providing their services for free, have been working round-the-clock throughout the pandemic to build a critical piece of infrastructure to support young people experiencing homelessness in Melbourne’s inner west.
Come view our newest secondary school campus on Wednesday 24 March between 4PM and 7PM.