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AGM 1st October


View the 2013 Constitution.

Please join us for our Annual General Meeting to celebrate 19 years of service to Brisbane’s multicultural community.   
Our guest speaker, the Executive Director of the Queensland Mental Health Commission Ms Carmel Ybarlucea, will share her insights into the changing landscape for mental health service providers, the priorities for the sector and what opportunities the NDIS will bring.  
8am Breakfast
Wednesday, 1st October 2014
Yeronga Uniting Church Hall (entrance via Kingsley Parade).
58 Kadumba Street, Yeronga.
Please RSVP by Monday 22nd September 2014 to Azeb or Michelle on 3848 1600 or  
AGM Agenda
1.     Welcome and Introduction and apologies
2.     Delegation of Proxies
3.     Minutes of Annual General Meeting 2013
4.     Reports: President, Treasurer
5.     Election of Board members 2014-2015
6.     Welcome new Board members
7.     Appointment of Auditor
8.     Guest Speaker


Added: Thursday, August 28, 2014
School holiday activities

The Cool Things School Holidays Bring   DownloadFlyer

Are you 12 to 25 years old and from a multicultural background?

Join us for Ice Skating

When: Tuesday 23rd September    Time: 10:30am - 2:30pm

Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Planetarium

When: Thursday 25thSeptember    Time:  10:30am –2:30pm

Drumming and BBQ

When: Thursday 2ndOctober           Time:  10:30am -2:30pm

Good time at the Movies!!!

When: Friday 3rdOctober 10:30am –2 :30pm

For more information please call  Nick or Amanda on ph 3848 1600 or email  or


Added: Friday, August 08, 2014
Mental Health service changes

It is with great sadness that we announce that from 1st July 2014 Harmony Place Mental Health Program will no longer be funded by Queensland Health and so we will not be taking any more referrals. Queensland Health will fund the Multicultural Development Association (MDA) located in Woolloongabba, to deliver similar services.

We have enjoyed many years of close connections with the multicultural community of Brisbane and will be continuing to provide services through our Community Education and Wellbeing activities and Partners in Recovery (PIR) Program. We will continue to work with groups of vulnerable men and women and soon will provide you with an update on our new activities and ways we engage with community, individuals and stakeholders.

We would like to extend the deepest gratitude to you for the privilege of walking with you on the journey to recovery and inclusion and thank you for the knowledge shared with us about community values, strengths and needs. We will take those learnings with us wherever we turn and the work we will continue to do. Since 1995, Harmony Place has been providing individual and family case management, counselling, advocacy, referrals and group work activities for all people from multicultural backgrounds aged 16 years and above, who were experiencing mental and emotional distress.

Added: Thursday, July 03, 2014
The Men's Network

The MEN’S Network

For men who are looking for opportunities to meet new people, share their life experiences and learn more about the resources available in the wider community —

visit the MEN’s Network and open up your future.

 Conversations and activities focus on social connection, personal growth and wellbeing, reducing stress and understanding the wider community.

The MEN’s Network meet every Thursday from 2 – 4 pm at Harmony Place, 30 Shottery Street, Yeronga.

Mengistu Hailu is the group facilitator who will assist group members to:

          find different ways to network in the community

          connect members with different services and professionals

          engage members with wellbeing activities

          be empowered, foster courage and build confidence

          share values, skills and knowledge from their life journey

          talk about their own experiences.  


Hailu can be contacted by phone 07 3848 1600 or email  

Added: Friday, February 14, 2014
Conversation Starter

Speaking English in Australia is as important as having air to breathe according to our volunteer tutor Jawad Musavi, an Afghani who arrived in Australia a year ago. Jawad is leading our new Conversational English group on Thursday mornings. "We have migrants, refugees and asylum seekers all with different levels of English," Jawad says. "When they first come here they feel like a stranger. Being with people who have the same feelings makes them comfortable. They start to share their stories and culture. Meeting new people, making social connections is very important." Harmony Place also offers Conversational English classes on Monday mornings as well as a number of support groups including the Multicultural Women's Support Group on Tuesdays, Art classes on Thursdays and Wellbeing group discussions and activities every Wednesday morning. Check out our calendar.  To join a group call us on 3848 1600. We will be starting a support group for men in 2014 so check with us in the new year.

Added: Thursday, November 28, 2013

Latest Harmony Place News
AGM 1st October

See the Constitution before the AGM.
Thursday, August 28, 2014

School holiday activities

Explore the planets, learn to drum, ice skate!
Friday, August 08, 2014

contact details

Street Address
30 Shottery Street
Yeronga Qld

Postal Address
PO Box 3135
Yeronga Qld 4104

Telephone (07) 3848 1600
Facsimile (07) 3848 1699

Working hours from Monday to Friday, from 8:00am to 5:00pm, except Public holidays



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