StreetWork Assets Map

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1. Skills Knowledge and Experiences of People

1.1. Specialist youth workers who advocate encourage and support youth

1.2. Volunteer workers

1.3. Executive officer, regional service manager, financial manager, bookkeeper

1.4. Kickstart mentoring, outreach and skil building programs

1.5. Counselling and engagement of external mental health services

1.6. Goal attainment

1.7. Alcohol and drug rehabilitation

1.8. Legal assistance

1.9. Employment opportunities and support

1.10. Anger management

1.11. Housing assistance

1.12. School systems to promote school attendance

2. Associations and Networks of Relationships

2.1. Referral from partner charities and government agencies

2.2. Outreach programs

2.3. Employment associations

2.3.1. Ben & Jerry's Manly

2.3.2. La Boca Cafe

2.3.3. Flying Tiger Barber Shop

2.4. Churches

2.4.1. Willoughby Uniting Church

2.4.2. Manly Village Church

2.4.3. Salvation Army

2.4.4. Lifesource Christian Church

2.5. Government

2.5.1. Growing Stronger Communities Grant

2.5.2. Hon Tony Abbott MP

2.5.3. Mr Trent Zimmerman MP

2.5.4. Local Police

2.5.5. Department of Community Services

2.5.6. Department of Health

2.5.7. Centrelink

2.6. Services

2.6.1. PwC

2.6.2. Huber Social

2.6.3. Strategic Consulting and Training

2.6.4. Clayton Utz

2.7. Councils

2.7.1. Willoughby Council

2.7.2. Northern Beaches Council

2.7.3. Warringah Council

2.7.4. Ku-Rin-Gai Council

2.7.5. Lane Cove Municipality

2.8. Clubs

2.8.1. Chatswood RSL

2.8.2. Hornsby RSL

2.8.3. Y RSL

2.8.4. Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club

2.9. Bank Partners

2.9.1. Westpac

2.9.2. Commonwealth Bank

2.9.3. St George Foundation

2.9.4. Bendigo Bank

2.9.5. Barclays

3. Resources of Local Institutions

3.1. Public, private non not-for profit institutions as listed in associations and networks of relationships

3.2. Churches

3.2.1. In kind office accommodation, pastoral care

3.3. Local Businesses

3.3.1. Provide support, volunteering, funding and work experience

3.4. Local Clubs and Associations

3.4.1. Use of space, funding and support

3.5. Local Sponsors

3.5.1. Volunteering and funding

3.6. Government

3.6.1. Policy, funding, use of council space, medical services

3.6.2. TAFE and vocational training

3.7. External support agencies

3.7.1. Provide parallel supports e.g. mental health, crisi accommodation

3.8. Corporate Sponsors

3.8.1. Strategic planning and legal advice

3.8.2. Corporate social responsibility

4. Physical Resources

4.1. Office space

4.1.1. Located in Chatswood

4.1.2. Meeting room

4.2. Technology

4.2.1. Computers/laptops

4.2.2. Printers

4.2.3. Work mobile phones

4.2.4. Wireless internet

4.3. Furniture

4.3.1. Office furniture including desks, chairs and filing cabinets

4.3.2. Fridge

4.4. Stationary

4.4.1. Paper, pens, highlighters, staplers, laminates, hole punch, folders, white out, sticky notes

4.5. Local institutions and community areas

4.5.1. Picnic areas

4.5.2. Malls

4.5.3. BBQ Areas

4.5.4. Skate parks

4.6. Utilities

4.6.1. Water

4.6.2. Electricity

4.6.3. Toilets

4.6.4. Kitchen area

5. Economical Resources

5.1. Streetwork is a not-for profit community organisation

5.2. Government grants

5.2.1. Growing Stronger Communities

5.2.2. Hon Tony Abbott MP

5.2.3. Mr Trent Zimmerman

5.3. Community grants

5.3.1. Lions Club

5.3.2. Rotary Club of Northbridge

5.4. Donations

5.4.1. Private donations

5.4.2. Church donations

5.5. Funding events

5.5.1. Glam and Grunge Night

5.5.2. Chatswood sleeps rough

6. Community's Culture, History & Identity

6.1. At risk youth

6.2. Personal experiences of youth

6.3. Individuals who have graduated from program

6.4. Growing organisation and increasing service areas

6.5. Goal attainment

6.6. Increase for community involvement and outreach

6.7. Development of self-esteem

6.8. Established over 30 years ago