Photos from this event area available on our Facebook page

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Together with our partners at the Children’s Protection Society, ReGen will be celebrating this year’s NAIDOC week with a ceremony and afternoon tea at our Thomastown site on Tuesday, July 7 (1pm-3pm).

Click on the event flyer above for more details.

 

 

 

 The unedited live video stream from the event is available on our YouTube channel.  See our media release summarising the key issues addressed in the discussion of the Vic AOD reforms and initial recommended actions.  Photos from the event are available on our Facebook page. The report on ReGen's partnership with VAHS is also available.  A summary of participant comments received via the event evaluation forms includes issues for further discussion and topic suggestions for next year's seminar. You can see the Twitter discussion by searching for #iAOD15.

Read more: 2015 Innovation Seminar (30 April)

We are running our next round of free Consumer Participation training on November 25th and 27th.

If you have used our services (or are currently using them) and are interested in adding your experience to our ongoing efforts to improve those services and how we deliver them, we'd love to hear from you.

For more information, download the training outline or contact Regina Brindle (ReGen's Consumer Participation Faciltator) on 9384 8894 or .

ReGen is marking International Women's Day with two events (at our Coburg and Thomastown sites). 

In keeping with this year’s theme: ‘Make It Happen’ our speakers are discuss their experiences as women in leadership roles and consider opportunities for improving gender equity.

At our Coburg event, we had two terrific speakers and a lovely lunch.  You can see the full text of Donna's presentation on the challenges for and achievements of women in leadership roles in a sector where women are the majority of the workforce.  You can also view Elise's slides on her experience as a leader and educator within the Australian Scouting movement.  

Thanks to both Donna and Elise for making this material available.  

At our Thomastown event, we heard from our Board member Joanna on her experiences of leadership, our Financial Counsellor Jo described the impact of economic abuse in domestic relationships and Elise reprised her presentation. 

Photos from the Coburg and Thomastown events are available on ReGen's Facebook page. 

Material from the Thomastown event on Thursday will be available here after the event.


You are warmly invited to attend the UnitingCare ReGen Annual General Meeting.

 

This year’s keynote presentation will be by Trevor King and Matt Gleeson, describing our work developing targeted treatment responses for people affected by methamphetamines and our experience in expanding the scope of after-hours services at ReGen.

 

 

It’s a great opportunity to look back at the past year with ReGen, get a feel for where we’re going as an organisation and meet some of the many people who use, provide and support our services. 

 

Date: Thursday, November 13

Venue: 26 Jessie St, Coburg

Time: Refreshments at 6pm.  Meeting commences at 6.30. 

 

 

Register for the event via Eventbrite.