Trans Day of Visibility is an annual international celebration of trans pride and awareness, recognising trans and gender diverse experiences and achievements.
Today we celebrate the amazing trans and gender diverse people in our community and to recognise their contributions to society, whilst raising awareness of the stigma and discrimination faced, simply for being who they are.
We encourage you to share stories, start conversations and get involved. See the link below and the OUTinPerth link in the comments for local details. 👇👇👇
International Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual event occurring on 31 March dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide, as well as a celebration of their contributions to society.
Cyrenian House are proud to celebrate the recovery achievements of our consumers. Three of our former residents from the Rick Hammersley Centre Therapeutic Community have recently been employed into new roles within the organisation. Congratulations to Sandy, Tung and Finette (not pictured) 🎉🎉🎉 Their recovery pathway included participation in the volunteer Peer Support Plus Training program, where they were supported to safely practice sharing their lived experience of recovery while supporting consumers in their treatment journeys. Their skills and ability to foster connection will continue to support our consumers from our head office and the new Midland Intervention Withdrawal Centre (*stayed tuned for Opening details!). ...