To make enquiries regarding any of our community services please call 02 4627 1188.
Addressing the needs of families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds towards improved safety, health, education and social life.
The CALD Family Workers provide assistance to families from CALD backgrounds with children 0 to 12.
Offering families with children aged 12 and under services such as supported playgroups and parenting programs.
Connect with organisations and services that help families in the areas of wellbeing, communication, social support, child development and much more!
Specialised and intensive case management services to humanitarian entrants with exceptional needs.
MDSI Emergency & Material Assistance aims to assist families and individuals in the resolution of immediate financial crisis.
Addressing the needs of communities and individuals from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds towards improved safety, health, education and social life.
A two year home-based learning and parenting program for families with young children who live in the Campbelltown area.
Exists to create a welcoming environment for families moving into the newly developed estate within Western Sydney University, Macarthur Campus.
Providing services and resources that assist in enhancing parenting skills and focuses on relationships, education and family counselling.
Aiming to create a welcoming environment and activate a sense of place for families moving into the Newbrook neighbourhood.
Providing interest-free loans up to $1200 for individuals and families living on limited incomes.
Including Gambling Counselling Service at the University of Sydney Gambling Treatment Clinic, and Navitas English Classes.
ParentsNext is an Australian Government initiative to help parents prepare for employment by the time their youngest child reaches school age.
Facilitated by qualified staff, they are a great opportunity for families to play, learn interact and connect with other local families.
Providing support to young people between the ages of 12 - 24 from a migrant, refugee or humanitarian background that have been in Australia