My Community Support

Russell Family Fetal Alcohol Disorders Association (rffada)

The Russell Family Fetal Alcohol Disorders Association (rffada) is a national not-for-profit health promotion charity dedicated to prevention and ensuring that individuals affected prenatally by alcohol have access to diagnostic services, support and multidisciplinary management planning in Australia and that carers and parents are supported with a “no blame no shame” ethos.

My Pathway proudly support the efforts of rffada, and engage the association to deliver free FASD training in all of our communities.

Torres Strait Employment and Training Recognition Awards 2011 - 2015

My Pathway are the proud founders and sponsor of the Torres Strait Recognition Awards.

In 2011 the My Pathway Group initiated the Torres Straits Recognition awards to recognise outstanding achievements in training and employment across the Straits.

The event is funded through sponsorship from businesses and Government departments that are active in the region.

These awards are now an annual event and one that the My Pathway Group is very proud to be associated with and will continue to support.

Nomination forms and categories for the 2015 event are now available by clicking here.

The Awards recognise employers, employees, apprentices and trainees who are working and operating in the Torres Strait.

Promotion and advertising of the event and call for nominations will be through local media and posters placed throughout the local communities. If you are interested in Sponsoring this event please contact us.

Child Safety Handbook - QLD Police Legacy Scheme

The Queensland Police Legacy Child Safety Handbook is a valuable and important contributor to protecting our young people from harm as they approach their teenage years. This publication covers many fields, from diet to health, safety at home and out and about, drug awareness and basic first aid.

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