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Phil’s Story

After caring for and then losing his wife Trish to Multiple Sclerosis in 1983, Phil knew he would be involved with disabilities one way or another.

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Rise Housing – Growing Housing Options

Tony Green Rise's Property Manager takes us through the importance of providing quality housing and facilities for the people we support.

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Claire’s Story

Claire's disability from birth never stopped her from pursuing her dreams. In this video, Claire shares her current achievements.

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Kira House Project wins at Community Service Excellence Awards 2014

We were thrilled when Kira House recently won the Community Service Excellence Awards- Large Organisation. Watch the nomination video here.

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Rise 5 Year Strategic Plan

Justine Colyer, CEO of Rise talks through the Rise 5 Year Strategic Plan of what we really would like to achieve and get right.

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Our Values

Integrity, respect, honesty, trust - our four core and essential values.

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Youth Services at Rise

Penny and the Youth team provide engaging and individualised services to support young people in complex and difficult situations.

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People with Disability Services at Rise

Justin O' Meara Smith and his team’s goal is to provide exceptional services to enhance the quality of life for people Rise supports.

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Mental Health Services at Rise

Rise has been supporting people with severe mental health challenges in the community for nearly 21 years. Penny Webb tells us more.

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Aged Care Services at Rise

Helen Dymond describes Aged Care services and shares Rise's rich history in supporting the elderly in the community for the past 33 years.

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Tony’s Story

From a young age, Tony lived in conditions that were detrimental to his mental health. He shares with us his touching recovery journey.

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George’s Story

George's mental health issues led to losing his job, partner and home. Today, George is a person full of hope.

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