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We help people with mental illness navigate complex and traumatic periods with counselling, outreach and therapeutic activities.
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Tupac joins the team

Musician Endalkachew “Tupac” Yenehun, from Addis Ababa, Ehtiopia is the latest recruit to the Just Voices Speakers Program. A multi-instrumentalist he is best known for playing the ‘Masinko’, a single-stringed Ethiopian lute. The highly skilled musician and comedian first made his name...

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Elijah finds his voice

When young Indigenous guitarist Elijah Augustine first came into Artful Dodgers Studios, you would be lucky to get a word out of him. Thanks to weekly songwriting sessions, ongoing performances at the studio’s Megaphone events and engagement with other studio participants,...

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The show goes on

Despite a massive structural change and a second COVID lockdown, Jesuit Social Services’ Just Voices program has continued its long-time fruitful relationship with Catholic Boys College (CBC) in Windsor. This year the College merged with the former Presentation Convent for Girls...

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Walking together in Willmot

Monique Perusco, Jesuit Social Services' Manager of Social and Community Services in Western Sydney, has known Makeeta since the very beginnings of the Willmot Community Hub in 2017. Makeeta initially came to the Hub because she was at a crisis...

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