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QCOSS and Q Shelter have backed the Federal Government's plans to spend $250 million for loans to provide energy efficient community housing, for much needed low-cost housing and to help with skyrocketing energy bills.
Diane Mitchell is a Community Development Worker with Community Development Services Inc – The Granite Belt (CDS) in Stanthorpe. She was one of seven winners of a 2015 QCOSS State Conference scholarship.
QCOSS has welcomed a number of recommendations made in the QPC's draft report into electricity pricing.

Events

QCOSS Event - Human Services... | LUTWYCHE | 22 Feb
QCOSS and the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services invite you to take the first step towards implementing quality management in your organisation and meet the requirements of the Human Services Quality Framework (HSQF). This is your chance to get on the front foot and take part in an interactive session which will ensure you understand what it will take to be prepared for this new framework.
QCOSS Event - Human Services... | PIALBA | 24 Feb
QCOSS and the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services invite you to take the first step towards implementing quality management in your organisation and meet the requirements of the Human Services Quality Framework (HSQF). This is your chance to get on the front foot and take part in an interactive session which will ensure you understand what it will take to be prepared for this new framework.
QCOSS Event - Energy Literacy... | PIALBA | 24 Feb
Do you assist clients struggling with energy bills and want to learn more about how you can help them and what assistance is available? Do you want to be involved in a conversation about energy issues in your region? If you are a frontline worker for a community organisation who assists clients with energy related information, advice or referrals – for example financial counsellors, housing support workers, emergency relief, NILS providers - this workshop is for you.
Royal Commission Multicultural... | Brisbane City | 1 Mar
The Royal Commission will host a multicultural forum for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in Brisbane.

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