Monthly Archives: April 2018

Youth Homelessness: How We Make A Difference

As a youth organisation that works with young and vulnerable people across a range of issues and challenges, we are proud to support Youth Homelessness Matters Day this Wednesday 18 April 2018 at our Golden Beach Crisis Accommodation. According to Homelessness Australia – in Queensland alone – it’s estimated that there are currently around 20,000

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Stepping towards headspace Gympie

United Synergies and Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN welcome the announcement of the location of Gympie’s upcoming headspace centre. The new centre is set to open in early July, providing youth-specific mental health and early intervention services out of premises at 2-4 Horseshoe Bend. United Synergies General Manager, Karen Phillips said the visible

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Women wanting to join the workforce encouraged to signup to United Synergies

United Synergies is waging war on unemployment with a new program on offer assisting women aged 25-44 to enter the workforce. The program is available in Maroochydore, Gympie and Caboolture starting on Monday, 23 April. The United Synergies Army is a free ten week course providing participants training and mentoring to help them a gain

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Noosa to host world leaders in suicide prevention at one-day forum in May

United Synergies is delighted to partner with specialist mental health and suicide prevention consultancy ConNectica to host Shifting the Dial on Suicide Prevention – new settings, new players on Tuesday, 8 May 2018. The one-day event to be held at The J in Noosa is a collaboration between the two Sunshine Coast organisations which will

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