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Companion House Clare Doube
Companion House Assisting Survivors of Torture and Trauma Community organisation established in 1989 Works with and supports survivors of torture and trauma who have sought refuge in Australia
Our clients People from refugee backgrounds and asylum seekers Individuals, families, groups and communities
Our programs Counselling Medical service Community Development Training, Community Awareness and Advocacy
Approaches Restoring safety Strengths based Individuals and communities Consultation and self-determination Systems Flexibility Interpreters
More information www.companionhouse.org.au 02 6251 4550 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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