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Filipino community leaders in sporting clubs tackle gambling harm prevention strategies

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On October 20-21 Filipino sportsmen who are leading sports activities in Victoria will gather in YMCA Anglesea Camp to start a conversation about preventing the harm of gambling to individuals and families without inhibition or shame.

In partnership with Philippine Australian Golfers Group led by Albert Abarquez, Victorian Multicultural Commission Awardee for Excellence in Community Services (2010).
This event aims to raise awareness and develop key messages on harm prevention.

The discussion will be led by Norminda Forteza, Managing Director of the Australian-Filipino Community Services and Albert Abarquez.

This activity coincides with the Weekend Away Program of AFCS to engage families caring for their loved ones with disability and men’s health program.

This initiative is supported by the ECCV Gambling Harm Prevention Program and the Dept of Health and Human Services Home and Community Care Program for Younger Persons.

For program enquiries: 97013421.


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