Meaning and accomplishments are two big parts of our wellbeing. Yet when we have a lot on our plate, it can be hard recognise the little victories. Here’s a guide on how to do more stuff, and build your sense of success and purpose: bit.ly/2BqWDf7… See MoreSee Less
ACON Here’s the first in several short videos for our online substance support resource, Pivot Point, that we’ve produced on how to spot the signs of when your use of alcohol and other drugs has possibly become problematic.
For more information, visit pivotpoint.org.au/lgbtiq-substance-support/
Are you concerned about your use of alcohol or other drugs?
We know that most LGBTIQ people who use alcohol and other drugs do not experience problems however some of us might require a little bit of support.
When we say ‘problems’ what we mean is use of alcohol or drugs that impacts on other areas of life. This might be our physical or emotional wellbeing, our relationships, finances, employment or our housing situation. If you or a friend has experienced problems in relation to alcohol or other drugs, you may also notice that you don’t feel like doing what you should or normally would be doing in your work, home or personal life. … See MoreSee Less
Local Blue Mountains community in solidarity with Christchurch and Muslim community –The Blue Mountains community showed their love, compassion and solidarity at today’s vigil for Christchurch 🧡 … See MoreSee Less