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Tune in Wednesdays 11am-noon on OCR FM.We intend to increase awareness of what is available in your community, to make for a healthier community.We want your suggestions for community issues you wish to discuss, and your involvement as a participant is encouraged.We chat with groups and not for profit organisations in your community you can connect with to make living here better.We talk about these issues in an informal, chatty manner,and provide relevant contact details.We play a little bit of music, which is chosen by our guests,

Latest Episodes

International Womens Day 2020 - Hana Assafiri OAM

Today we are chatting with Nat Atherden about International Women's Day, the 8th Marc, and the International Women's Day event with Hana Assafiri OAM. 2020 International Women's Day theme is "I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women's Rights". Fri Mar 13, 2020 COPACC is proud to present Hana Assafiri OAM for our 2020 International Women's Day recognition. *Speed Date a Muslim event 5pm to 6pm (FREE with your ticket, but places are limited!) *Fundraising dinner available from 6pm to 7pm - all proceeds from the dinner go to the Moroccan Soup Bar's charitable work. *Hana starts at 7.15pm Running time: Hana speaks for an hour plus question time. https://www.facebook.com/events/476503903246788/ Email: copacc@colacotway.vic.gov.au Or call COPACC - Office Hours: Mon - Fri 9am-5pm (except Public Holidays) Address: 95-97, Gellibrand St, Colac VIC 3250 Phone: (03) 5232 2077

49 MIN2 d ago
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International Womens Day 2020 - Hana Assafiri OAM

Forrest & District Mens Shed - an all Inclusive community asset.

Today we are chatting about the "men's shed movement", which originated in Australia in 1998. There are now almost 1000 "Men's Sheds" and it is recognised as one of Australia's largest male based community development organisations. But is it an all-male environment? Well, John Frizon from the Forrest Men's Shed is here for a yarn, with FEMALE member Gillian Brew, and Peter Mitchell. Follow them on Facebook for more info.:- https://www.facebook.com/forrestcommunityshed/ · Contact Nasser Kotb · Call - 0429 226 426 · Email fdms3236@gmail.com · Website www.mensshed.org - Call Us: 1300 550 009 (Australian Men's Shed Association (AMSA))

47 MIN1 w ago
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Forrest & District Mens Shed - an all Inclusive community asset.

Church Burning - A Novel by Tim Lowe about Victims of Sexual Abuse, and their journeys.

Tim Lowe has a yarn about his book "Church Burning" which is being launched here in Colac at Cow Lick bookshop at 6.00pm on the 19th February. Tim is a G.P. and has worked in war-torn Belfast, in Australia as an isolated rural G.P., still works in Aboriginal health, was in Colac for 10 years, then with drug addicts in St Kilda from 2013-2017. He started writing following some traumatic experiences during this time. His work in St Kilda was during the time that Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse was reporting, where he witnessed how this traumatised victims first hand. For Support, or Help, here are some numbers:- The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre - 5222 4318 Sexual Assault Crisis Line (24 Hours): 1800 806 292 Safe Steps (24 Hours): 1800 015 188 Open 24 hours to support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse - Call 1800 737 732 Lifeline on 13 11 14 Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800 MensLine Australia on 1300 789 978 Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467

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Church Burning - A Novel by Tim Lowe about Victims of Sexual Abuse, and their journeys.

Marooned the Play - Suicide Prevention & Support

To chat with us in the studio, we have Debbie Manallack, the curator at RRRTAG and also its secretary, and the reason the play is here at the Carolyn Theatre Cororooke. Phil Connell rocks in late with Debbie, and Wayne Cahill joins in once again. And if that's not enough, we also have Michael Gray Griffith, the author of Marooned, on the line from Melbourne. "This incredible play will be staged at Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery Cororooke on the 7th February 2020 Marooned is a play all young men should see. It is powerful, it is needed. Do yourself or a friend a favour. Check it out!". Some valuable Helplines to keep handy:- Lifeline on 13 11 14 Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800 MensLine Australia on 1300 789 978 Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467 Beyond Blue on 1300 22 46 36 Headspace on 1800 650 890 QLife on 1800 184 527

49 MIN3 w ago
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Marooned the Play - Suicide Prevention & Support

Deb Phil Wayne - Marooned The Play - Suicide Prevention

Debbie Manallack, Phil Connell & Wayne Cahill did a great job chatting about this topic, and the Play Marooned, which will be staged at Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery Cororooke on the 7th February 2020. Guy May' s Posthumous exhibition will be open from 1st Feb at RRRTAG's season Launch, until March the 29th. Here are a few Helplines you might like to keep in an easily accessed area: Lifeline - 13 11 14 Suicide Helpline Victoria - 1300 651 251. Kids Help Line (free call) - 1800 55 1800. Mensline - 1300 789 978. BiueKnot Helpline on 1300 657 380 Sexual Assault Crisis Line (24 Hours): 1800 806 292 Safe Steps (24 Hours): 1800 015 188

-1 sJAN 23
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Deb Phil Wayne - Marooned The Play - Suicide Prevention

Rainbow (LGBTIQ+) issues - Inclusion, Disability, Housing, Stigma and more...

Our guests today are Ki Hayward, who is Speaker. Advocate. and Consultant in this area, and Josh Cotterell, who is also an advocate and a young voice in the Rainbow community. You can contact Ki on 0484 112 850 and/or Josh on 0436 193 991 Some other places for help and information:- Lifeline 13 11 14 https://au.reachout.com/ https://headspace.org.au/ https://kidshelpline.com.au/ And many more...

50 MINJAN 15
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Rainbow (LGBTIQ+) issues - Inclusion, Disability, Housing, Stigma and more...

Anam Cara Colac - Community Services & Respite

Today we chatted about Anam Cara and most of its services with Naomi Lettieri, their Community Liaison Nurse. We also met a wonderful guest, Wurundjeri woman, Aunty Vicki Nicholson-Brown, who was up for a great yarn. Naomi Lettieri - Community Liaison Nurse 03 5233 8203 www.anamcarahousecolac.org.au Facebook -/AnamCaraHouseColac

-1 sJAN 1
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Anam Cara Colac - Community Services & Respite

Homelessness - Barwon South West Homelessness Network and services available through Colac

In this program of Community Connect on OCR FM, Edwina and I have set up a replay about Barwon & South West Homelessness Network with Rebecca Callahan. We talk of many issues and support agencies, including BCYF Barwon Child, Youth & Family, The Salvation Army Colac Corps and Thrift Shop, SalvoConnect Barwon, Lifeline, 1800RESPECT, and much more. Lifeline - 13 11 14, Call 1800 737 732 Alcoholics Anonymous Colac - Thursday 7:30pm St Andrew's Hall - Hesse Street Duration: 60 minutes

-1 s2019 DEC 25
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Homelessness - Barwon South West Homelessness Network and services available through Colac

Marooned the Play - RRRTAG - Suicide Prevention

Thanks to Debbie Manallack and her love for Guy May for making this program, and MAROONED, the play, come to Colac. Michael Gray Griffiths, the author, Andrew Beale, the Artistic Director, and Rohana Hayes talk to us about Guy May and Marooned In Colac at RRRTAG. "This incredible play will be staged at Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery Cororooke on the 7th February 2020. Marooned is a play all young men should see. It is powerful, it is needed. Do yourself or a friend a favour. Check it out!" Guy May's art will be on display through Februaury & March at RRRTAG. Online at Trybooking - https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=583349& PURCHASE TICKETS IN PERSON from 23rd December Cowlick Books 86 Murray St, Colac Cororooke General Store 540 Corangamite Lake Rd Cororooke OR - Call Andrew on 0488 531 637 Lifeline 13 11 14, SuicideLine - 1300 651 251 - Based in Victoria Suicide Call Back Service- - 1300 659 467

50 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Marooned the Play - RRRTAG - Suicide Prevention

Narcotics Anonymous - NA - Drug Free recovery

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) describes itself as a "non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem". Narcotics Anonymous uses a traditional 12-step model that has been expanded and developed for people with varied substance abuse issues and is the second-largest 12-step organization. As of May 2018 there were more than 70,000 NA meetings in 144 countries. For more information and meetings list - https://www.na.org.au 1300 652 820 - National 0488 811 247 - text your location to receive meetings near you. Colac NA Meeting Friday - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Neighbourhood House Colac 23 Miller street, Colac, VIC, 3250 Maryborough NA Meeting Wednesday - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm - 48 Burns Street, Maryborough, VIC, 3465 The Hub

-1 s2019 DEC 11
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Narcotics Anonymous - NA - Drug Free recovery

Latest Episodes

International Womens Day 2020 - Hana Assafiri OAM

Today we are chatting with Nat Atherden about International Women's Day, the 8th Marc, and the International Women's Day event with Hana Assafiri OAM. 2020 International Women's Day theme is "I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women's Rights". Fri Mar 13, 2020 COPACC is proud to present Hana Assafiri OAM for our 2020 International Women's Day recognition. *Speed Date a Muslim event 5pm to 6pm (FREE with your ticket, but places are limited!) *Fundraising dinner available from 6pm to 7pm - all proceeds from the dinner go to the Moroccan Soup Bar's charitable work. *Hana starts at 7.15pm Running time: Hana speaks for an hour plus question time. https://www.facebook.com/events/476503903246788/ Email: copacc@colacotway.vic.gov.au Or call COPACC - Office Hours: Mon - Fri 9am-5pm (except Public Holidays) Address: 95-97, Gellibrand St, Colac VIC 3250 Phone: (03) 5232 2077

49 MIN2 d ago
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International Womens Day 2020 - Hana Assafiri OAM

Forrest & District Mens Shed - an all Inclusive community asset.

Today we are chatting about the "men's shed movement", which originated in Australia in 1998. There are now almost 1000 "Men's Sheds" and it is recognised as one of Australia's largest male based community development organisations. But is it an all-male environment? Well, John Frizon from the Forrest Men's Shed is here for a yarn, with FEMALE member Gillian Brew, and Peter Mitchell. Follow them on Facebook for more info.:- https://www.facebook.com/forrestcommunityshed/ · Contact Nasser Kotb · Call - 0429 226 426 · Email fdms3236@gmail.com · Website www.mensshed.org - Call Us: 1300 550 009 (Australian Men's Shed Association (AMSA))

47 MIN1 w ago
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Forrest & District Mens Shed - an all Inclusive community asset.

Church Burning - A Novel by Tim Lowe about Victims of Sexual Abuse, and their journeys.

Tim Lowe has a yarn about his book "Church Burning" which is being launched here in Colac at Cow Lick bookshop at 6.00pm on the 19th February. Tim is a G.P. and has worked in war-torn Belfast, in Australia as an isolated rural G.P., still works in Aboriginal health, was in Colac for 10 years, then with drug addicts in St Kilda from 2013-2017. He started writing following some traumatic experiences during this time. His work in St Kilda was during the time that Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse was reporting, where he witnessed how this traumatised victims first hand. For Support, or Help, here are some numbers:- The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre - 5222 4318 Sexual Assault Crisis Line (24 Hours): 1800 806 292 Safe Steps (24 Hours): 1800 015 188 Open 24 hours to support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse - Call 1800 737 732 Lifeline on 13 11 14 Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800 MensLine Australia on 1300 789 978 Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467

-1 s2 w ago
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Church Burning - A Novel by Tim Lowe about Victims of Sexual Abuse, and their journeys.

Marooned the Play - Suicide Prevention & Support

To chat with us in the studio, we have Debbie Manallack, the curator at RRRTAG and also its secretary, and the reason the play is here at the Carolyn Theatre Cororooke. Phil Connell rocks in late with Debbie, and Wayne Cahill joins in once again. And if that's not enough, we also have Michael Gray Griffith, the author of Marooned, on the line from Melbourne. "This incredible play will be staged at Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery Cororooke on the 7th February 2020 Marooned is a play all young men should see. It is powerful, it is needed. Do yourself or a friend a favour. Check it out!". Some valuable Helplines to keep handy:- Lifeline on 13 11 14 Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800 MensLine Australia on 1300 789 978 Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467 Beyond Blue on 1300 22 46 36 Headspace on 1800 650 890 QLife on 1800 184 527

49 MIN3 w ago
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Marooned the Play - Suicide Prevention & Support

Deb Phil Wayne - Marooned The Play - Suicide Prevention

Debbie Manallack, Phil Connell & Wayne Cahill did a great job chatting about this topic, and the Play Marooned, which will be staged at Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery Cororooke on the 7th February 2020. Guy May' s Posthumous exhibition will be open from 1st Feb at RRRTAG's season Launch, until March the 29th. Here are a few Helplines you might like to keep in an easily accessed area: Lifeline - 13 11 14 Suicide Helpline Victoria - 1300 651 251. Kids Help Line (free call) - 1800 55 1800. Mensline - 1300 789 978. BiueKnot Helpline on 1300 657 380 Sexual Assault Crisis Line (24 Hours): 1800 806 292 Safe Steps (24 Hours): 1800 015 188

-1 sJAN 23
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Deb Phil Wayne - Marooned The Play - Suicide Prevention

Rainbow (LGBTIQ+) issues - Inclusion, Disability, Housing, Stigma and more...

Our guests today are Ki Hayward, who is Speaker. Advocate. and Consultant in this area, and Josh Cotterell, who is also an advocate and a young voice in the Rainbow community. You can contact Ki on 0484 112 850 and/or Josh on 0436 193 991 Some other places for help and information:- Lifeline 13 11 14 https://au.reachout.com/ https://headspace.org.au/ https://kidshelpline.com.au/ And many more...

50 MINJAN 15
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Rainbow (LGBTIQ+) issues - Inclusion, Disability, Housing, Stigma and more...

Anam Cara Colac - Community Services & Respite

Today we chatted about Anam Cara and most of its services with Naomi Lettieri, their Community Liaison Nurse. We also met a wonderful guest, Wurundjeri woman, Aunty Vicki Nicholson-Brown, who was up for a great yarn. Naomi Lettieri - Community Liaison Nurse 03 5233 8203 www.anamcarahousecolac.org.au Facebook -/AnamCaraHouseColac

-1 sJAN 1
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Anam Cara Colac - Community Services & Respite

Homelessness - Barwon South West Homelessness Network and services available through Colac

In this program of Community Connect on OCR FM, Edwina and I have set up a replay about Barwon & South West Homelessness Network with Rebecca Callahan. We talk of many issues and support agencies, including BCYF Barwon Child, Youth & Family, The Salvation Army Colac Corps and Thrift Shop, SalvoConnect Barwon, Lifeline, 1800RESPECT, and much more. Lifeline - 13 11 14, Call 1800 737 732 Alcoholics Anonymous Colac - Thursday 7:30pm St Andrew's Hall - Hesse Street Duration: 60 minutes

-1 s2019 DEC 25
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Homelessness - Barwon South West Homelessness Network and services available through Colac

Marooned the Play - RRRTAG - Suicide Prevention

Thanks to Debbie Manallack and her love for Guy May for making this program, and MAROONED, the play, come to Colac. Michael Gray Griffiths, the author, Andrew Beale, the Artistic Director, and Rohana Hayes talk to us about Guy May and Marooned In Colac at RRRTAG. "This incredible play will be staged at Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery Cororooke on the 7th February 2020. Marooned is a play all young men should see. It is powerful, it is needed. Do yourself or a friend a favour. Check it out!" Guy May's art will be on display through Februaury & March at RRRTAG. Online at Trybooking - https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=583349& PURCHASE TICKETS IN PERSON from 23rd December Cowlick Books 86 Murray St, Colac Cororooke General Store 540 Corangamite Lake Rd Cororooke OR - Call Andrew on 0488 531 637 Lifeline 13 11 14, SuicideLine - 1300 651 251 - Based in Victoria Suicide Call Back Service- - 1300 659 467

50 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Marooned the Play - RRRTAG - Suicide Prevention

Narcotics Anonymous - NA - Drug Free recovery

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) describes itself as a "non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem". Narcotics Anonymous uses a traditional 12-step model that has been expanded and developed for people with varied substance abuse issues and is the second-largest 12-step organization. As of May 2018 there were more than 70,000 NA meetings in 144 countries. For more information and meetings list - https://www.na.org.au 1300 652 820 - National 0488 811 247 - text your location to receive meetings near you. Colac NA Meeting Friday - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Neighbourhood House Colac 23 Miller street, Colac, VIC, 3250 Maryborough NA Meeting Wednesday - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm - 48 Burns Street, Maryborough, VIC, 3465 The Hub

-1 s2019 DEC 11
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Narcotics Anonymous - NA - Drug Free recovery
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