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Between September and December this year, FCVic is conducting a series four forums for financial counsellors to meet with representatives from the Banking, Energy, Telecommunications and Tenancy sectors. The Hardship Forum is a process designed to facilitate structured engagement on hardship, between financial counsellors and creditors.
Delivered by Neami National, Connect with CARE is a suicide prevention and intervention training package, made up of five key elements: Connect, Collaborate, Acknowledge, Reflect and Empower. Each element explores suicide prevention and intervention approaches in a manner that meets legal and ethical obligations whilst upholding recovery-oriented practice principles.
Katrina Barrett has written a short reflection on why financial counsellors should take up the Connect with CARE training opportunity.