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MHS goes for Vivid appeal

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April 25, 2018

Karl Stock, Courtney Noonan, Karl Johnston, Christine Foley, Brianna Croxford, David Rue from Vivid.

MURRAY Human Services, including the Kyabram branch, has undergone a name transformation.

As part of a new direction and exciting reshape, MHS will now be known as Vivid.

It’s been over 50 years since MHS began providing quality care and empowerment to people living with disabilities in the Loddon Mallee region.

“The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been a catalyst for transformation at MHS,” chief executive Scott Alexander said.

“This is a new era. The disability sector has changed, and changed very much for the better.

“There are many facets to this change, some which have already been implemented and others that will roll out over the coming months.

“One of the most significant changes is our new identity.”

As of yesterday, staff began answering phones as Vivid, and all emails and post were sent from Vivid.

“Our new website – wearevivid.org.au – will be launched in a few months’ time.”

As part of the changes, the day programs, residential, supported accommodation and support services will be known as Vivid.

“Our registered training organisation will be known as Vivid too, and our task force will be known as Vivid Work Crew.

‘‘Phone numbers, site addresses and staff will remain the same throughout the transition.

“New services, systems, staff and recruiting processes have been implemented.

“We’ve defined our core values and set goals for our future. And now, we are ready. We’re ready to share a great story about who we are with our community.”

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