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Justice and crime prevention
We work to improve community safety and help those leaving prison reconnect with community in a positive way through skill development and employment opportunities.
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Mental health and wellbeing
We help people with mental illness navigate complex and traumatic periods with counselling, outreach and therapeutic activities.
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Settlement and community building
We work along side remote Indigenous communities and newly arrived refugee groups to build people's participation to and increase capacity for decision making and self determination.
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Education, training and employment
We work with long-term unemployed and marginalised people to build skills, deliver recognised training and connect job seekers with real opportunities for employment.
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Artful Dodgers Studios keeping creative spaces alive

Jesuit Social Services’ Artful Dodgers Studios in Collingwood is one of Victoria's longest-running community spaces for marginalised young people often experiencing multiple and complex challenges in their lives. The Studios invite young people to explore music and art in a safe,...

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Maggie Miles joins Just Voices

Award winning filmmaker Maggie Miles is the latest recruit to the ‘Just Voices’ speakers program run by Jesuit Social Services. Maggie will talk about her film ‘Guilty,’ which highlights the final 72-hours in the life of Myuran Sukumaran, the 'Bali Nine'...

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Transitional support and housing pilot creating hope for the future

Making a fresh start upon release from prison can be challenging. For many, finding stable housing can be one of the hardest aspects of this transition. The lack of affordable housing options can lead to people ending up in short...

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Overwhelming response helps to keep The Store open

The Ignite Food Store (The Store) in Mount Druitt is a vital community service. The Store provides low-cost, fresh and healthy food for Mount Druitt residents, who live in one of the most disadvantaged communities in New South Wales. When COVID-19...

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