Local Level Alliance | Statement of Purpose

Purpose:

The purpose of the Local Level Alliance is to establish or strengthen connections between local services that are involved with working with vulnerable families to ensure families receive the right service at the right time. 

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Andrew Rushton Louise Mullins

An action focused group formed from the Child and Family Chapter and the Logan Housing and Homelessness Network working to develop recommendations aimed at improving outcomes for young people in Logan 15 and under who are experiencing homelssness.

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Pip Giles Louise Mullins Nadine Lepre Lorraine Finn
Sami Paul Barbara Mantova Zane Roa

QCOSS and PeakCare have been working together to host and support a Child and Family Sector Policy and Advocacy Network. The aim of the Network is to progress collaborative policy and advocacy on child and family matters in Queensland.  

The Lockyer Valley Mental Heath Professional's Network is a group of practioners in the Lockyer Valley region who meet to discuss common issues and hear from guest speakers on interesting topics relevant to our mental health work. 

We meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 5:30pm in Gatton.

The Mackay Child Friendly Community Action Group (MCFCAG) commits to working together as a team to establish and maintain relationships and partnerships with other organisations; with the objective of developing proactive strategies to build culturally aware, safer, friendly and inclusive communities for children and their families.

The Purpose of MCFCAG is to:

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Debbie Watson David Sloan Tracey Victor Lyndell Sheehan
Renee Huntley Suewellyn Kelly Stacey Budby Melinda Ross
Jenny Corbett Linda Vella Shaye Crofts Cara Gjuzi
Terri Cox Hayley Caldwell

How do we know if the services we provide really improve the lives of the people we work with? How do we know if the people we work with are satisfied their experience of our work and / or our service?

The obvious answer is to ask them.

It is generally held that the reason services exist is to make the lives of the people they serve better. However, it is not always easy for services to know if the support they provide is optimal or even effective. It’s also difficult for funders to know if people are satisfied with the services they are funding.

A network space for all members of the COSS network

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Rodney Holmes Melanie Lippitt-Plumb_3 Laura Barnes_4 Jo De Silva
Catherine Earl Gina Muller Leah Cleary Louise Mullins
Kate Burton Janine Sims Angela Massey Network Spaces Admin
Karen Murphy Carly Hyde

The Energy and Water Network Space aims to keep you up-to-date on changes in the Essential Services area that may affect you or your clients. If you register for an account and join this group, you will receive email updates when news or information becomes available.

You will find information, factsheets, events and news items to assist you in helping your clients maintain access to essential services.

Developing a resource to help organisations determine whether family and child programs are working well and how to fix them: 

The Online Evaluation Resource is being developed on behalf of the Queensland Family and Child Commission, to assist government and non-government staff in undertaking, contributing to and using evaluations of family and child programs, policies and strategies. The User Group will be able to make suggestions and give feedback on: 

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Dr Hannele Nupponen_11 Melanie Schroder Sherry Wright Rebecca Muldoon
Stewart Redshaw Peta Nichol Alison Ingram Janelle Pritchard
Chez Leggatt-Cook Tracey Smith PeakCare Fiona Jackson vijay kuttappan
William Simeon Kylie Tappin

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