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Aproject, which has involved
70 volunteers, including
complementary and allied health
practitioners, offering their time
and expertise to help survivors of the
Black Saturday bushfires in country
Victoria, is facing the axe because of lack of
The Yarra Valley Practitioners Project,
established in March 2009 as a not-for-profit
community driven initiative, has attracted
the services of 55 health professionals and
other volunteers, providing counselling,
positive psychology, kinesiology yoga,
massage and business coaching services.
Along with these services, YVPP runs
school based clinics, which assist with the
learning needs of children and supports
teachers and parents as they adjust to life
after the fires.
Over 3,000 clinical services have been
provided for individuals affected by the
bushfires in 2009, with flow-on benefits
reaching their families and communities.
YVPP was only able to open its doors
to survivors as a result of volunteers
Help the Helpers
donating their own time and Rotary
Australia who notably donated more than
$200,000 to the project.
But now the project faces imminent
closure due to lack of financial support
from the State Government, the Victorian
Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery
Association and elsewhere.
YVPP secretary David Richards said
an urgent injection of funds was needed
"Trauma experts have indicated that at
least three to five years of ongoing support
is imperative for individual healing and
rebuilding for these survivors and we're
alarmed VBRRA won't even do these
people the service of holding a meeting
with us," he said.
In 2009 the YVVP initially received
$200,000 from Rotary Australia that was
used to support operational expenses
and to provide petrol allowances for
volunteers. To date, no significant
government funding has been received.
"I lost my mother, my neighbours, my
house, my animals and my business on
Black Saturday and the services provided
by the YVPP are an absolute lifeline to this
community," said one bushfire survivor,
"I can't believe VBRRA is ignoring this
vital initiative while planning to build skate
parks in Marysville when all the while
people are still struggling to overcome
trauma and still living in caravans," she said.
Federal MP for McEwen, Fran Bailey,
whose electorate was hardest hit during
the Black Saturday Bushfires, has met YVPP
Committee Members and is "convinced
of the benefits of the program."
For more information on the Yarra Valley
Practitioners Project and how you can
help, go to http://www.yvpp.org
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