The Brotherhood Collective involves a group of individuals in searching to better themselves, these groups meet once a week (currently on a Wednesday with a maximum of 15 people in attendance) at a designated location to conduct a variety of activities using a program which is ever evolving.
The Brotherhood program is run and organised by a group of collaborative staff who are employed by Achievement Collective. The staff all come from different backgrounds and share different life experiences, as well as offering their own unique skillset that is an asset to the Brotherhood Collective program and the members in attendance.
During a session with the Brotherhood, we usually focus on a specific topic. Some of these activities currently include:
Not only do we focus on these topics, but we also like to help motivate and inspire friendships during our sessions by doing activities such as Board games, Card Games and Video Games. On Special occasions we take the Brotherhood out on social outings These social activities include but are not limited to:
Mental Health is a sensitive subject amongst a lot of people, but it doesn’t need to be. We need to talk about it more, get rid of the stigma. That’s what the Brotherhood Collective is working towards. We want to make a difference in people’s lives and together, we can work towards achieving this.
Pricing: We currently utilise the Core budget (Social, Community and Civic Participation) of a participants NDIS funding for the Brotherhood Collective charged at a 1:3 ratio. Our team of Brotherhood Collective Mentors provide the transport for customers which is charged from the customers residence to/from our office in Salisbury.
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