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Our Clients

Over the last sixteen years, Encompass Family and Community has worked with a wide range of agencies providing child and family, domestic and family violence prevention, youth, homelessness, other community services, and health and education services. Organisations include:

  • local agencies
  • Australia-wide entities
  • Commonwealth and state government departments
  • community-based and for-profit
  • Indigenous and multi-cultural agencies.

No job is too small or too large for Encompass.  We have conducted brief one-off facilitated processes for small community agencies.  We have also conducted major projects for Commonwealth departments over many months, requiring consultation with government and other major stakeholders in each state and territory.

The following is a sample of past and present clients for whom we have provided consultancy services:

Non-government, community and for-profit agencies

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service
  • Act For Kids (Queensland )
  • Adeona child care, Coorparoo
  • Anglicare Southern Queensland
  • Anglican Schools Commission, Queensland
  • Aunties and Uncles Queensland
  • Australian Red Cross Queensland
  • Bargumar Aboriginal and Islander Corporation
  • Beemar Yumba Hostel Aboriginal Corporation
  • Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS)
  • Brisbane Youth Service
  • Caboolture Neighbourhood Centre
  • Churches of Christ Care, Family and Community Care Division
  • Deception Bay Community Centre
  • Domestic Violence Action Centre (formerly IWCADV)
  • Family Focus Inc
  • FSG Australia
  • Ganyjuu Family Support Service Inc
  • Gateway Community Group Inc
  • Gold Coast Youth Service
  • Guardian Foundation Inc
  • Immigrant Women’s Support Service (IWSS)
  • Inala Community House
  • Indigenous Family and Child Support Service (IFACSS)
  • Integrated Family and Youth Services (IFYS)
  • Integrated Response to Domestic and Family Violence (Ipswich)
  • ISIS Centre for Women’s Action on Eating Issues Inc
  • ItecHealth
  • Kalwun Development Corporation
  • Kyabra Community Association
  • Kurbingui Youth Development ltd
  • Lifeline Community Care
  • Life Without Barriers Queensland
  • Logan River Valley Integrated Community Response to Domestic Violence Group
  • Marsden Families Program
  • Mercy Community Services
  • Micah Projects Inc
  • Mission Australia
  • Palm Island Community Company
  • Pathways South-east
  • Peirson Memorial Trust
  • Queensland Baptist Care
  • Queensland Public Interest law Clearing House Inc (QPILCH)
  • Redkite
  • Relationships Australia Queensland
  • West End Community House Inc
  • Working Against Violence Support Service (WAVSS)
  • WRICSI (Wynnum and Redlands Integrated Care and Support Initiative)
  • Yeaca Dhargo
  • Youth and Family Services (Logan City) Inc

Peak non-government agencies

  • PeakCare Queensland
  • Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP)
  • Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS)

Government agencies

  • Attorney-General’s Department (Commonwealth)
  • Child Safety Services, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, Queensland
  • Department of Education and Community Services, ACT
  • Department of Human Services, Victoria
  • Department of Justice and Attorney-General (Qld)
  • Department of Social Services (formerly FaHCSIA)
  • Dovetail (youth AOD support service – Queensland Health)
  • Queensland Department of the Premier and Cabinet
  • Queensland Family and Child Commission
  • Queensland Health
  • Redland City Council
  • Youth Services, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, Queensland

Universities

  • Griffith University
  • University of Queensland
  • University of Melbourne – headspace

This project was an inter-agency research and evaluation project involving three State Schools, the Queensland Police Service, the Department of Child Safety, and St Vincent de Paul’s community-based Child and Family Services.
This evaluation included collection and analysis of client feedback (bereaved children and their families), structured interviews of key stakeholders and analysis of structural and resource implications for improved service provisions and identifying emerging professional understanding of effective practice in this field.
Emergency Transport and Accommodation Project Report, 2003. This cross-sector project required analysis of state-wide need, for projection of the cost of providing an efficient State-wide domestic and family violence service emergency response scheme.
Encompass prepared the report of the agency-led evaluation of Cancer Prevention Program for Women from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds in 2004. This included the preparation of Information Cards about the needs of non-English speaking and culturally diverse women, for distribution to general practitioners
Encompass has undertaken several projects for STC (Queensland Division), among them an operational review of the SAAP-funded Gareema and Jebb Women’s Refuges, in 2005.
Work with this organisation includes a literature review to inform policy development around referral processes for adult hospital staff to respond to child protection concerns.