We are continuing to deliver services via ZOOM and/or phone for the time being and this will be reviewed at the end of January 2022.
Please contact us on 02 9334 0111 if you have any questions or concerns.
No matter what age or stage in life you are, sometimes it can become all too overwhelming and you need a helping hand. In addition to our inhouse services, here are some resources that may provide you with the advice and tips to help support your concerns.
Taking care of your new born can be both challenging and rewarding. Then they get active and start causing all sorts of mischief. Building a strong connection whilst managing their behaviour, emotions and curiosity is an important stage in your lives.
School is a big transition for your child, so they need a little extra help to adjust and lay a good foundation for their years ahead. Support them to build self-esteem, positive relationships and resilience.
Dealing with the pressures that come from completing school successfully, relationships with their peers and social media can be very challenging. Staying connected and helping them to make good decisions for themselves will help develop them into mature, healthy and thoughtful teenagers.
Everyone deserves to have a safe and secure home. Find services and support to help you find a suitable and affordable home, build community connections, and develop skills and education to help you stay out of the homelessness cycle.
With the ever growing number of people who struggle to put healthy food on the table and stay on tops of their bills, there are a number of organisations and services to help those facing financial hardship.
If you’re new to the country or new to your area, making new connections can be difficult. There are many community groups to choose from that help people get together for a common purpose or to share an interest.