August 9, 2017
Have your say
The Goulburn Regional Partnership wants to hear from you. At the 2016 Regional Assembly, we learned what was most important to the Goulburn community and we’re looking forward to letting you know about progress that has occurred on these priorities, including the 2017-18 State Budget outcomes for the Goulburn region. Read More.

Categories: Community Engagement
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The Victorian Government is trialling new ways to provide intensive therapeutic support to women, children and their families experiencing family violence. The Nexus Family Violence Therapeutic Interventions Project (FV-TIP) is one of just 26 funded projects (until June 2018) to be delivered across Victoria – including four that specifically target Aboriginal families. The new pilot projects support recommendations from the Royal Commission into Family Violence to improve accessibility, transform the way the system responds to family violence, and support family violence services to strengthen and enhance its therapeutic response to adults and children impacted by family violence. Read More.

Categories: New Programs
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Nexus Management would like to inform you of a recent change to our operating hours at our Seymour Office Location - effective 1st August 2017. We have made a change that allow our valued team members a chance to take a break for lunch. As a result the office will be closed from 12pm-1pm. If you need to get in touch with us during this time you can contact us on 1300 77 33 52 and a Client Engagement Officer will assist you. We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding. Read More.

Categories: Business Development
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The Nexus GLBTI Community Group has applied to take part in the Seymour & Kilmore Toyota Rewarding Local Program 2017. Each dealership will have 3 jars - one with our groups name on it - on display for 3 months. Read More.

Categories: Community Engagement
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Nexus Primary Health (Nexus) has provided integrated primary health services within the Mitchell and Murrindindi Shires for over 30 years. We are committed to working in partnership with Neighbourhood Houses and Men’s Sheds to support them to build and maintain a healthy and supportive community environment. Read More.

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In 2013 Nexus Primary Health (Nexus) and the LHPCP led the implementation of the Primary School Healthy Eating Survey across the Murrindindi and Mitchell Shires. From the sample it was found that on the day of the survey only 46% of children consumed vegetables and only 9% had vegetables in their school lunch box. Read More.

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Did you know that 1 in 7 Australian children arrive at school each day without having had breakfast? (ABS, 2013). Broadford Primary School’s Breakfast Club (BC) program provides a healthy breakfast for students who may otherwise go hungry. Read More.

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Nexus Primary Health (Nexus) and the Broadford Junior Netball Club (BNC) are excited to be continuing their partnership into the 2016 season to build off the great work the club undertook in 2015. “This year marks the fourth year of Nexus and BNC working together. As with any club, it all relies on volunteers and committees, the BNC should be congratulated for their commitment to developing the health of the local community," stated Nexus CEO Suzanne Miller. Read More.

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