Success Stories

“Finding a job is one of the best things I’ve done for my mental health”

Ever wondered what it is like to work for one of Australia’s biggest companies while studying a Bachelor of Psychology full time, and somehow ensuring that your studies and mental health are still in-check? Our customer Natasha doesn’t have to wonder – but it hasn’t always been this way. Natasha came to Campbell Page after trying […]

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Headspace and Campbell Page Partnering to Help Young People with Mental Illness

Partnering with Headspace Campbell Page and Headspace have been partnering together for over 12 months. The aim of the partnership is to ensure that young people in local communities are supported not only into employment but through any mental health issues they may be facing. Campbell Page delivers an Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Program principled approach with […]

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Determined Deborah: Why Finding a Job isn’t Always Easy

Deborah was a determined Campbell Page customer who came to the Campbell Page’s Nowra hub in December 2016 after she lost her job at an organisation she had been working at for five years. She was highly motivated and ready to start finding a finding a job she could get excited about. I was devastated. After […]

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Conservation, Community and a Can-do Attitude

Jess started with Campbell Page Green Army as a participant and has now grown into one of our amazing Skillset Team Supervisors that is currently leading the Batemans Bay Flying Foxes conservation project to success. We sat down with Jess and asked her what she loved about the Green Army: What do you enjoy the most […]

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“I now get to help people the same way Campbell Page helped me.”

Steven Brandon is a Campbell Page Candidate Coach in Nowra, but it wasn’t so long ago that he was a Campbell Page customer, desperate to find a job that inspired him, at the very same office he now works at. Before Steven came to Campbell Page as a job seeker, he was employed with another […]

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Finding a Job and Starting Over

Disclaimer: The following story contains details of domestic violence which may be distressing to some readers. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or mental illness please contact 1800RESPECT Australia’s National Domestic Violence Helpline or Lifeline on 13 11 14. Mary (named changed) came to Campbell Page in early 2016 and was an example […]

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