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Help for migrants in transition

Important message for people on temporary visas Red Cross is receiving funding from the Australian Government for the next six months to deliver emergency relief and casework support.

LASSA and Foodbank SA

Today the operations of LASSA and Foodbank SA were formalized. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

LASSA and Foodbank SA

Today the operations of LASSA and Foodbank SA were formalized. We are so thankful for the support we have been receiving from one of our partners, volunteers and our Latin Community who believe and help us to achieve one of our mission: Families Wellbeing & Economic Empowerment.

International Student Support Package

The South Australian Government has demonstrated its commitment to our international student community, by announcing a new $13.8 million International Student Support Package.

Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Update for International Students

With the situation changing so rapidly, including travel restrictions and self-isolation requirements, it is important to keep up-to-date. It is also important to look after yourself. We hope the following information will help with some of your concerns.

Help for migrants in transition

Important message for people on temporary visas. Red Cross is receiving funding from the Australian Government for the next six months to deliver emergency relief and casework support.

Glauce Raymundo. 

Director

Glauce Raymundo is Brazilian and arrived in Adelaide in 2015. As a psychologist and Yoga instructor, with over 15 years of experience in Brazil, Glauce has been offering free workshops on mental health, mindfulness and meditation for Portuguese speakers in Adelaide, as well as engaging with the Multicultural Communities Council of South Australia in a range of activities, on behalf of the Brazilian community. In 2017, she decided to pursue a Master Degree in Business Administration and Public Health, being invited to teach for Torrens University`s Public Health and Community Services programs. In 2019, having completed her post-graduate qualification, Glauce set up her own counselling practice in Adelaide, while also working as a family educator and counsellor, for the Department of Social Services in South Australia. Over the past year, Glauce remained offering free online workshops on mental health and wellbeing for Portuguese speakers, as well as liaising with a variety of stakeholders on behalf of the Brazilian community in Adelaide. Being passionate about mental health and wellbeing, sustainability and collective effort, Glauce is looking forward to joining LASSA, on behalf of the Latin American community in South Australia.