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Home and Community Care Program (C@W)

Provides information, support, referral, case management, transport and a centre based day care with hot lunches for the frailed aged and younger people with a disability.

Weston Creek Community Centre
Parkinson St
Suburb: WESTON
State: ACT
Postcode: 2611

(02) 6288 4744

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