Reports and Stories of the Forgotten Australians throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
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Sue Treeweek

This image dedicated to all those abused whilst under Institutional care.

Sue Treweek, Former Peer Leader of the Historical Abuse Network,

Sue Treeweek was one of the first in QLD to raise awareness and support for those living in extremely cluttered and squalled environment’s, Sue’s Knowledge and untapped workforce of genuine people, excellent workers in regard to squalor and hoarding work as well as the ongoing maintenance and skill sharing that happens naturally.

Sue is a true survivor, despite the trauma she experienced as a child in institutions, she did run her own successful business No Problem Cleaning, it was only due to ill health Sue

Sue is a true survivor, despite the trauma she experienced as a child in institutions, she did run her own successful business No Problem Cleaning, it was only due to ill health Sue was not able to see her exciting business build to be of merit right through out the country.

In the words of Sue NPC is far from over we may change our name and our connection / direction but the founding principles and goals that saw the development and success of NPC despite the extreme barriers we faced is still alive and very much stronger for the last 8 years experience.

As one of the first in QLD to raise awareness and support for those living in extremely cluttered and squalled environment's we have been privileged to be a part of the growth in service delivery and response's to this issue.