News category: Partnership Updates

Innovative gaming program supports LGBTQIA+ youth

An online gaming program is supporting young members of the LGBTQIA+ community to feel confident and proud of their identity.

Second chances, Mae & Ern

A second chance at love has turned into a lifelong connection for Corio’s Mae and Ern Hutchinson.

Customised property transforms residents’ lives

Four residents’ lives have changed thanks to a new Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) property in central Warrnambool.

Carers Week 2021

October 10-16 is National Carers Week. genU recognises and celebrates the incredible contributions carers make to their families and our community every day.

Happy Memories Val & George

Building a life together has provided everlasting happy memories for Leopold’s Valma and George Dadds.

New Mental Health Service Officially Launched

With COVID playing havoc with events these past few months, genU was excited to officially launch our new low intensity mental health service in partnership with the Western Victoria Primary Health Network.

New mental health service in West Vic

Commencing from July 1st 2021, genU will be offering free low intensity mental health services across Western Victoria for people with, or at risk of, mild mental health conditions.

A Letter from Reese to feature at St Kilda Film Festival

We are beyond excited to announce that genU’s short film, A Letter from Reese, has been officially selected to screen online in The St Kilda Film Festival.

Drew finds ongoing work

Geelong’s Drew Semmens says genU Employment Pathways helped him find a new job in a new town.

Flinders University accommodation project

genU has committed funding to a research project which aims to improve the transition into supported accommodation for older people with disability.