Logan’s survived a traumatic childhood and she’s determined not to repeat the mistakes she saw adults make.
Aged 18 and with two little ones of her own, she joined a Red Cross program to help young parents gain the skills and confidence they need. At the time, she was battling an eating disorder as well as drug and alcohol abuse.
A year on, she’s enrolled in a Certificate IV, the first in her family to achieve post-school qualifications. Her children are thriving and she wants them to experience sport and a bed of their own – all the things she was denied as a child.
Her case worker says she’s one of the most loving and caring people she’s ever met.
And Logan can’t speak highly enough of her work with Red Cross. “I’m pretty much set up for life. It changed me, which made me want to change for my kids.”