Great Ocean Road Coast Committee in partnership with Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club and Lifesaving Victoria is very proud to announce the start of a 6 week accessible beaches trial in Lorne.

A new landmark report has found the majority of older Australians feel a decade younger than their current age, overwhelmingly support assisted dying legislation, and nearly half feel less valued by society than when they were younger.

Wathaurong's newsletter for February and March is available.

The G21 Board are keeping hydrated during their visit to Canberra. Choose Water This Summer!

LGBTIQ Intersect is a free online resource created to support the visibility, safety, mental health and wellbeing, social inclusion and sense of belonging amongst LGBTIQ people from multicultural, spiritual and faith based communities.

The VHA is conducting information sessions for people working in the Victorian health sector to learn about the model of care and quality framework to support implementation of voluntary assisted dying within health services, GP clinics, community-based palliative care services and residential aged care services.

The G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar and Primary Care Partnership is producing a number of factsheets in 2019.

The Emergency Relief grant supports community organisations to help with immediate basic needs for individuals and families in times of crisis.

Available this January in Norlane. What will you learn: swimming, aqua aerobics, use of spa and sauna.

The VIC PCP Online Health Literacy Course has recently been evaluated. The report is available here.

Australia's health 2018 is the AIHW’s 16th biennial report on the health of Australians.

The tooth hurts: New campaign reveals thirsty young Aussies are sipping themselves towards horror smiles.

The G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar is re-framing its structure in 2019 to better incorporate the Primary Care Partnership and G21 Pillar responsibilities. To find out more about this change, please view the attached document.

The City of Greater Geelong’s Women in Community Life Advisory Committee are pleased to announce the categories for the 2019 Women in Community Life Awards.

Interested in what made the finals? Looking for inspiration?

WHWBSW are pleased to announce the appointment of Emma Mahony to the position of Chief Executive Officer. 

The new Movements Matter campaign launched this month encourages expectant mothers to get to know their baby’s movements, and to immediately speak up if they notice any change.

The University of Melbourne has developed Identifying and Responding to Family Violence, a short online course aimed at busy health professionals.

On Thursday 13 December 2018, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Immigration David Coleman announced a review into settlement outcomes for humanitarian entrants.

VCOSS has released its Poverty Atlas Map.