We have a wide range of co-located services that allow for easy access and wraparound support including housing, medical care, counselling, a hairdresser and podiatrist.
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Your disability should never stand in the way of finding a job you love. EPIC believes everybody has the right to work, and we will do whatever it takes to help you achieve your employment goals.
Liberation Larder rescue good food that would otherwise end up as waste in landfill. They make sure this food reaches people in need, either as cooked meals or fresh food boxes. Breakfast on Mondays and lunch on Mondays and Thursdays at the back of the Byron Community Centre.
The NRCLC staff provide legal education sessions on a variety of legal issues, including disaster recovery, family law and divorce, traffic offences, victim services and small civil claims such as debt recovery and credit.
Public Space Liaison Officers work with community, local businesses, service providers and people sleeping rough to manage the impacts of homelessness in public spaces. The team also work directly with people sleeping rough to ensure they have access to the support they need. The officers aim to take a preventive rather than reactive approach to people who are homeless by early identification of issues relating to rough sleepers in public places and early referral to assistance.
The HHOT is a multidisciplinary team of social workers, doctors, psychiatrists and nurses with a capacity to provide comprehensive assessments, care coordination and clinical interventions for homeless persons in the community who are experiencing mental illness.
As a part of Services Australia, Centrelink delivers a range of government payments and services to support Australians. A Centrelink officer assists our visitors with service navigation, admin support, retrieving information and accessing support payments.
Momentum Collective is a community focused non-for-profit organisation. Through their specialist homelessness services they provide holistic case management for people affected by domestic and family violence and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People affected by homelessness. Domestic Violence (DV) Case Worker.
Social Futures support people who are experiencing homelessness, are at risk of homelessness or in unstable housing through a range of services and programs. The Connecting Home program workers assist people by informing them about their options and linking them to appropriate housing providers (such as Housing New South Wales, Community Housing, as well as private rental options) and community support and services.
Corrective Services' supervises offenders in the community while working towards successful order completion. Through their community programs, the Corrective Services NSW supervise and manage offenders to help them reintegrate into the community in a safe and supported way.