Geoff Brown, Chairman of the Board, reports of a busy 2016 with many changes including a new logo and marketing materials, getting settled in our new building, and welcoming many new volunteers, clinical team members, and Board members.
Additionally, CHS also reconsidered our core values. which are:
Confidentiality: Everything we do is with guaranteed anonymity and a high degree of privacy. We are trustworthy people in whom those coming to or calling CHS can have confidence.
Professionalism: All those working with CHS, including volunteers, are fully trained and qualified.
A non-judgmental attitude: Our mutually supportive environment values every person.
Reliability: Our services include regular opening hours and a 24/7 Helpline for round-the-clock assistance and support.
To read the full 2016 Annual Report click here
At the CHS Annual General Meeting on 6 June, Ken Inglis resigned from the CHS Board, and Michael Penning and Julie-Anne Stennett were appointed. Many thanks to Ken for his contribution over many years and a big welcome to Michael and Julie-Anne.