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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Stories

Prison supports help reconnect prisoners with their lives

Jesuit Social Services recently hosted Year 11 students from Xavier College, who spent a week learning about our programs and services. WILLIAM VERGANO reflects on the work of our Reconnect program, and the positive impact it can have on people...

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Murray to Moyne training with Phil Andersen

https://vimeo.com/262142154 The Jesuit Social Services Murray to Moyne Support After Suicide Team 1491 recently were fortunate to have a training session with Australian cycling legend Phil Andersen. We were very appreciative of Phil’s tips for riding into the wind. Cycling fans out...

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Jesuit Social Services 2018 Annual Dinner

On Saturday 17th March Jesuit Social Services welcomed over 350 guests to our Annual Dinner held in the Members Dining room at the MCG. Former Australian of the year Rosie Batty delivered the annual Frank Costigan QC Address, and spoke about...

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Serious Fun celebrates a decade of support

Ten years ago, Jesuit Social Services’ Support After Suicide program established Serious Fun to support children impacted by the suicide of a loved one. “Serious Fun allows children to meet and be with other children who have had similar experiences,” says...

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