Strengthening Bonds Over Morning Tea


AAC Staff’s Engagement with Hope Services

In a recent collaborative effort, AAC Staff participated in a morning tea hosted by Hope Services, creating a valuable platform for connecting with dedicated team members and reinforcing professional relationships. The event underscored AAC’s unwavering commitment to community support, with our Employment Pathway team actively referring job seekers to HOPE Services.

Empowering Job Seekers Through Community Support

Acknowledging the challenges associated with alcohol and other drugs, Hope Community Services stands as a beacon of support for our job seekers. Our ongoing partnership with Hope Services reflects our collective belief that these challenges can be overcome. Regardless of the circumstances that led individuals to their current situations, taking the initiative to reach out is pivotal in regaining control of their lives. Hope Services offers a range of services, including free alcohol support and various other drug-related services and support.

Formal Introduction to Hope Services’ New General Manager

One of the highlights of the event was the formal introduction to Michael, the newly appointed General Manager at Hope Services. Michael, who recently joined their team, shared insightful perspectives through a presentation. This development not only brought us face-to-face with the new leadership but also provided an opportunity to strengthen our collective engagement and foster a collaborative spirit in promoting each other’s services within the Karratha community.

As we continue our dedication to community support and collaboration, events like these serve as a reminder of the positive impact that can be achieved when organisations come together for a common cause. AAC Staff looks forward to building on these connections, working hand in hand with Hope Services, and collectively making a difference in the lives of those we serve in the Karratha community.

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