Danica Scott is a qualified Social Worker with extensive community services experience with a practice focus on young people with complex social needs. Danica holds a Bachelor of Social Work, Diploma of Counselling, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and is completing a Masters in Community Development. Danica has held a variety of roles across the community services sector, responsible for service development, training provision, implementation and evaluation within a direct engagement, management and consultancy capacity.
Program areas have included youth training and employment, residential support services (24/7 care), education to work transition, dependent drug and alcohol use including residential rehabilitation, homelessness and housing, personal and family mentoring, life-skills development, severe and complex mental health, disability and family crisis issues as well as a wide range of individual recreation and well- being programs.
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