&. UnitingCare Wesley Bowden . A case study of community engagement and collaboration. Overview of Services. UCWB delivers 29 Government funded programs that support families and carers. The program areas involved in this project are: Community Care Services Family & Youth Services
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UnitingCare Wesley Bowden
A case study of community engagement and collaboration
UCWB delivers 29 Government funded programs that support families and carers.
The program areas involved in this project are:
“We assist individuals and communities to build capacity and resilience by delivering integrated, holistic services that address the underlying causes of disadvantage”
to a meeting at Arts SA to discuss
the application further.
UCWB needed to identify 24 participants to participate. It was decided to break this into 2 groups, young people 12-17 and people 65+. Key considerations in inviting participants for this project included:
UCWB is providing:
The project was broken into two workshop groups-Young People’s Group and Multicultural Adult Group to better meet the requirements of each cohort.
Support our carers to engage or re-engage with others and promote the exploration and development of new friendships
By addressing these areas, our emerging evidence suggests there is a positive impact on mental health:
“Sometimes my Mum feels bad that she cant take me places. With Cirkidz, she knows who is picking me up and it gives me something fun to do after school.”
Participant aged 12,caring for her mother with a mental illness