At home with… Joan Waters, community member, Forest Hill Dementia Friendly Community group

02.04.2020 Coffee With

                Joan’s husband Reynolds was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2011. What does a dementia friendly community mean to you? Each year dementia affects an increasing number of community members and their families. Though the causes and management of the disease are under intensive, world-wide study, there is […]

IEPCP Special E-bulletin March 2020

31.03.2020 e-Bulletin

IEPCP March E-bulletin 2020

31.03.2020 e-Bulletin

IEPCP February E-bulletin 2020

31.03.2020 e-Bulletin

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: March 2020

10.03.2020 News

We commenced the month of February with a warm welcome to Bonnie Coogan, our Primary Prevention Coordinator, who is filling Steph Ashby’s shoes across the portfolios of Social Inclusion, Systems Thinking, Healthy Eating/Obesity Prevention, and Alcohol Harm Minimisation until the end of June. We send a big shout out to our valued partner Access Health […]

Coffee with… Bronwyn Forster, HealthAbility and Sulo Colombage, Carrington Health

10.03.2020 Coffee With

                 Bronwyn Forster                            Sulo Colombage ____________________________________________________________________________________ Bronwyn Forster, Engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities, HealthAbility Bronwyn Forster, November 2019 This drawing represents the responses to the Coffee with… questionnaire. The tools I currently use in my System […]

PopUP Calendar March 2020

26.02.2020 Uncategorised


From the Executive Officer’s Desk: February 2020

06.02.2020 News

It seems like only yesterday that IEPCP celebrated Christmas lunch at the fabulous Charcoal Lane in Fitzroy (a social enterprise of Mission Australia) enjoying indigenous flavours and sumptuous servings – fast forward through seemingly endless fires around the nation, which touched many of us – and here we are in February already, with our calendars […]

Coffee with… Bonnie Coogan, Primary Prevention Coordinator, IEPCP

06.02.2020 Coffee With

                  The IEPCP welcomes Bonnie Coogan to the team as she undertakes a secondment as our Primary Prevention Coordinator until the end of June 2020. What was your role at Access HC before you came to IEPCP? I was a Health Promotion Practitioner. I mainly led our […]

POP UP Events Calendar – Feb 2020

29.01.2020 Uncategorised


IEPCP December E-bulletin 2019

17.12.2019 e-Bulletin, News

From the Executive Officer’s Desk: December 2019

10.12.2019 News

Today is International Human Rights Day, which sets the scene nicely for a lot of activity happening with our partners in the region. International speaker on Ageism – Ashton Applewhite What an exciting month November was, still on a high from meeting activist author and international Ted talk speaker Ashton Applewhite who, through our links […]

Coffee with… Gabrielle Williams, MP, Minister for Prevention of Family Violence, Minister for Women, Minister for Youth

09.12.2019 Coffee With, News

                  What does the 16 Days of Activism campaign against gender-based violence mean for you? The 16 Days of Activism campaign is about putting the safety and wellbeing of women and girls on the global and national agenda. It is an opportunity for communities and workplaces to […]

IEPCP December Special E-Bulletin

09.12.2019 e-Bulletin, News

Popup calendar Dec 2019

28.11.2019 Uncategorised


IEPCP Statewide PCP Update Special E-bulletin November 2019

18.11.2019 e-Bulletin

IEPCP November E-bulletin 2019

18.11.2019 e-Bulletin

IEPCP October E-bulletin 2019

18.11.2019 e-Bulletin

IEPCP September E-bulletin 2019

18.11.2019 e-Bulletin

VCOSS Budget Submission Survey

18.11.2019 News

As VCOSS pull together the 2020 VCOSS State Budget Submission a strong theme that’s emerging is the trend of short-term funding allocations. This isn’t new but, anecdotally, seems to be increasing. Many programs are now funded, on a short-term basis, year after year… VCOSS wish to highlight this trend of ‘drip funding’ in their ongoing […]

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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