Find a Service

Show me all services
Aboriginal Early Years Services

Phone:

02 9814 5100

Expand

The Aboriginal Early Years Service employs an Aboriginal Early Years Worker to engage with their community and provide support around parenting and access to services and support groups. The service is designed to improve the well being of young children and their families who are from Aboriginal backgrounds.

Email service details

Fax:

02 8568 7959

Address:

West Ryde Community Centre, Level 3, 3-5 Anthony Road , West Ryde, NSW, 2114

Allambie Heights

Phone:

02 8422 2300

Expand

From our Allambie Heights site, we co-ordinate support for older people across the Northern Sydney region, including help with activities like showering, cleaning, shopping, transport or arranging appointments.

Email service details

Fax:

02 8568 7904

Address:

181 Allambie Road, Allambie Heights , NSW, 2100

Bankstown

Phone:

02 9707 0800

Expand

From our Bankstown site, we run food tours and cooking classes to break down stereotypes and build community pride, activities to engage fathers in their children’s education and bike-building workshops to help young people gain skills and meet mentors. We also have an office in Punchbowl that runs Brighter Futures and Saver Plus.

Email service details

Fax:

02 9707 1788

Address:

Level 6, 2-14 Meredith St, Bankstown NSW, Bankstown, NSW, 2200

Bonnyrigg

Phone:

02 9732 3000

Expand

From our Bonnyrigg site, we support families with young children who are experiencing issues like domestic violence, mental health or difficult child behaviour to care for their kids and improve family relationships through the Brighter Futures program.

Email service details

Fax:

02 8786 0180

Address:

2 Corlette Way, Bonnyrigg, NSW, 2177

Brighter Futures

Phone:

02 8262 3400

Expand

Brighter Futures supports families experiencing issues like domestic violence, mental health or difficult child behaviour in and around Armidale, Bathurst, Bonnyrigg, Charlestown, Inverell, Lithgow, Liverpool, Macquarie Park, Moree, Mudgee, Muswellbrook, North Ryde, Parkes, Punchbowl, Singleton, Tamworth, Tenterfield and Woodberry.

Email service details

Address:

C/- Benevolent Society National Office, PO Box 171, Paddington, NSW, 2021

Camden

Phone:

02 4651 4000

Expand

People are happier and healthier when they feel connected, and parents report better mental health and ability to cope with parenting when they build up community networks. In southwest Sydney, we’re investing in community development to help parents better support their children.

Email service details

Fax:

02 4655 3855

Address:

23 John Street, Camden, NSW, 2570

Campbelltown

Phone:

02 4633 3777

Expand

From our Campbelltown site, we support women, including domestic violence support, help families raise their children safely, provide quality foster care, help families manage their finances, assist older people living at home and support people living with mental illness.

Email service details

Fax:

02 4627 2915

Address:

298 Queen Street, Campbelltown, NSW, 2560

Carer respite

Phone:

1800 052 222

Expand

We provide planned and emergency respite for carers in South Eastern Sydney, including specialist respite for carers of people with dementia, older people, and people with disabilities. We support carers, including young people caring for a parent or relative, and ageing parent carers. We also provide centre-based day care for older people.

Email service details

Address:

Locked Bag 6002, 7-11 The Avenue, Hurstville, NSW, 1481

Centre for Women's, Children's and Family Health

Phone:

1800 077 760

Expand

Provides services which promote the health, wellbeing and welfare of women across the life span, with a focus on supporting women and children affected by domestic and family violence and Aboriginal women living in the Macarthur area.

Email service details

Fax:

02 4627 2915

Address:

Hannah Building, 292 Queen Street, Campbelltown, NSW, 2560

Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre

Phone:

1800 052 222

Expand

The Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre is also known as the Carer Respite Centre or the South East Sydney Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre. It is one of the 65 Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centres located around Australia, operated by various community organisations. The program uses a client focussed, brokerage model to meet eligible clients’ support, care and social health needs. This collaborative process involves screening, assessment, care planning, implementation, monitoring and review.

Email service details

Address:

Level 4 and 5, 7-11 The Avenue, Hurstville, NSW, 2220

<< < page 1 of 5 > >>