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Counselling, information, support, group activites., tax help and No Interest loan scheme

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An information and referral bureau for all services in the local community: health, housing, law, finance, education, employment, recreation, youth activities and hall hire

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Meet the 1st and 3rd Friday at Kent House 2.00-4.00pm. Funded by donations from local community.

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Provides information & referral, counselling, access to free legal advice, support groups and group activities.

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Information coordination of all community services projects provided by the Armidale Dumaresq Council. For Youth, Community events and Indigenous people, aged and disability

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Baby capsule hire, meeting venue, Community education Life skills for School Leavers Support Groups for Women and Girls Joint Community functions

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Developing, promoting, supporting and enhancing mental health promotion & prevention programs.

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Community services info, volunteer referral service, transport lounge, room hire & community group support.

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Sponsor body for services that are based on community need.

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Information, support, counselling. Prosthesis.

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Support and information to Cancer patients in Uralla Shire. Some financial help available.

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Support Group - Bimonthly meeting - referral to services, resource centre, lobbying base and socialisation Meets 2nd Monday of March, May, July, September, November. Closely linked to Vision Australia Foundation.

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This service provides info & support for cancer patients & their carers, referrals to specialist services, and general information to the whole comunity. Health programs for the early detection & prevention of cancer, fundraising and volunteer network.

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Junee Community Centre

NSW, Australia

Community Centre and Multi purpose HACC centre. Services include; Meals on Wheels, Home Modifications and Maintenance, and Junee Respite Care-Provides in home respite for carers.

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CAN ASSIST- Wagga Wagga

NSW, Australia

Group meets at Lilier Lodge in Edward St on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm. New members welcome. Range of services to assist cancer patients which includes information, accommodation in Sydney and Wagga Wagga, hospital care and financial assistance with both transportation and accommodation to their place of treatment. The Society, along with the Cancer Council, have accommodation at Lilier Lodge for patients receiving treatment whilst in Wagga Wagga, at a nominal cost. Can Assist may also offer assistance to cancer patients with the following; electricity, telephone, water, rates, gas, breast prosthesis assistance, wigs, food, incontinent supplies and Chemist accounts.

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Griffith City Council

NSW, Australia

Griffith City Council provides a number of services and activities associated with local government.

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Hay Shire Library

NSW, Australia

Library has a range of talking books, large print books, Videos and CDs available for loan.

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Hay RSL Sub Branch

NSW, Australia

Provides advice on different types of pensions available to veterans and war widows. Advocacy assistance to fill in appropriate forms when required.

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Wagga Breast Cancer Group offers information, social support, friendship and a caring environment for breast cancer sufferers & their supporters. We are also a member of Dragons Abreast Australia - promoting fun and exercise for breast cancer survivors and their supporters, who are most welcome to come & try dragon boating. Phone Ann or email for training details.

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Free and confidential Women's Health Clinics held at the above contact numbers - pap smears, information on menopause, menstral problems, breast health, cancers, pregnancy issues (testing & counselling), Aboriginal health, Lesbian health, STD screening, stress, disabilities access, support with domestic violence or sexual assault issues and/or counselling. Non-english speaking women - language specific information & interpreter access available. Relaxation classes at neighbourhood houses.

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The Lao Community Group is an ethnic support group established to help each other to link to other organisations. The group meets once a month- contact for meeting times as meeting times are varied.

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Womens Health Nurse

NSW, Australia

Womens Health Outreach Clinics - screening health checks, counselling, referrals and pregnancy choices counselling. Outreach Clinics - Mulwala, Corowa, Henty, Culcairn, Urana, Jindera and Albury Community Centres.

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Parenting Programs

NSW, Australia

Program offers a range of Parenting programs that enhance parenting skills - and promote safe and positive parenting practices. The program also offers "one on one" parenting assistance for those families needing assistance in their home.

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An Early Intervention information and referral centre for Aboriginal families. Tenancy advice work with Department of Housing and Community Housing. Support and advocacy for dealings with Government departments, Schools and Non-government agencies such as Burnside and The Salvation Army.

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ACON - Port Macquarie

NSW, Australia

Care and support to people living with HIV/Aids. Education/Support for bi-sexual, gay, lesbian and transgender community. Workshops and inservice training. Outreach to Tuncurry/Forster west to Gloucester, Dorrigo/Bellingen, north to Red Rock/Corindi.

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Support Group and education for people caring for someone with dementia. No cost except need to pay for own lunch at Christmas. Initial consultation can be one-on-one via phone contact at Port Macquarie. Group meets first Wednesday of the month at 10.30am-12pm. Morning tea supplied.

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Fundraising, disaster relief/single incident and auspices Telecross. Meeting first Tuesday of month at Stringer Gallery, Entertainment Centre, Nambucca Heads. Marions Red Cross Tea House and The Little Red gift Shoppe. Blood Service, 'Hands on', First Aid Training.

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Provides information, library access, rehabilitation services, support for people with or without hearing aids. Hearing loss management - eg auditory retraining, listening tactics, memory skills to improve people's listening and lip reading skills. Classes are every second Monday 2.30pm to 4pm.

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Information provision, some programs re prevention and early detection. Fundraising and some groups in varying areas eg, Breast Cancer Services, Prostate Cancer. Free support and information pack for newly diagnosed cancer patients. Living With Cancer Education Program for cancer patients and their family or friends conducted in Taree, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Forster and Kempsey.

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The service provides support and advocacy to women experiencing domestic violence and seeking protection through the Legal system. Workers are at court each Tuesday and Wednesday and may be accessed there or at the office previous to court appearance. Information about the court process, referrals to other services as appropriate. Safe room at Court House for women attending court.

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Provides practical and emotional family support in the home, programs on parenting skills. Able to provide emergency relief, food vouchers, financial assistance for families with children, or single people in crisis

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Genetic counselling is provided by a team of health professionals who work together to provide an individual or family with current information and supportive counselling regarding problems in growth, development or health which may have a genetic base.

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Aged, HACC and Disability Community Development worker for Hastings LGA provides resources and information, how to access services plus disability access, includes support to appropriate community groups and programs (Seniors Week and International Day for People with a Disability).

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Sexual Health Clinic - Port Macquarie on Mondays and outreach to Wauchope and Kempsey monthly. Enquries, information, referral and counselling. Also have needle syringe program. Clinic has disability access.

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A free service available to all men and women including those in crisis situations. Help in addressing issues such as homelessness, danger of homelessness and relationship problems.

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Centre Based Respite Service aimed at older males or males with a disability and/or their carers. Community project aimed at maintaining and expanding men's social networks, provide health care information and participate in work projects that can benefit the community. Utilises the skills, knowledge and experiences of older participants in mentoring younger members of the community and helps them solve some of life's problems while gaining valuable work skills.

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Provides support to carers and sufferers, there are approximately 24 members. Use of library books and videos. Outings are occasionally organised for the members. Group meets 3rd Friday of month 1.30pm-3.00pm.

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Provides rehabilitation counsellors, orthoptist and living skills educator. Clinics run for different areas, must make appointment. Employment consultant working closely with employers and employees for any workplace modifications etc. Children's services worker available from Coffs Harbour for home and school visits. Adaptive Technology Trainer now available from Coffs Harbour. Monthly Low Vision Clinics.

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An information and referral centre that provides access to phone, fax, photocopying, computers. Social /support groups run regularly. Drop in for a coffee and a talk. Free tax help July-October. Early Childhood clinic and playgroup weekly. Immunisation clinic monthly, speech therapist by appointment.

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Promotes and supports the inclusion of children with additional needs into Australian Government funded childrens services. Provides assistance and support for program development in Australian Government funded childrens services and for all children with the priority being - children of Aboriginal or NESB background or with a disability.

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Emergency welfare relief, food vouchers, Telstra vouchers and electricity vouchers when available, clothing, linen, tableware.

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Assistance available for clothing, welfare, food vouchers, electricity vouchers. Must have proof of identity. Ring 6655 6684 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday between 10am-12pm for support, material assistance, referrals, disaster recovery program, home visit service.

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The main function of the Council is Land acquisition and the provision of housing for the local Aboriginal people.

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Identifies needs and gaps in services. Improves access to local health and community services. Assists with grants applications. Provides information on Veterans Affairs services and entitlements.

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Provides information on a complete range of DVA services and entitlements. Receives notification of change of details, provides claim forms and brochures.

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Women's health issues, sexuality issues, support and counselling, education sessions on women's health. Services provided by nurses. Clinics throughout Mid North Coast. Macksville and Kempsey 5 days per fortnight.

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ACON Northern Rivers

NSW, Australia

Education, support and advocacy for people affected by HIV/AIDS as well as the gay, lesbian, bisexual and Transgender communities. Needle and syringe program. Access to resources(library).

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Puts out one hour tape weekly about Tweed link; Daily News articles & Blind Citizens Weekly. Put out tape monthly with local newspaper and magazine articles.Can cater to people outside Tweed area,referral agent for vision care library in Victoria.

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Individual and family counselling for adults & children where there are cognitive, emotional, social and/or behavioural issues, or risk of these impacting on the child's or family's functioning.

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Information on community services and groups-database searchable via website.Ballina Access to Information Technology (community access and training on the Internet).Also accessible via Webpage www.bdcsa.org

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Peer support, information and advocacy for blind & vision impaired people.

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Centrelink - Ballina

NSW, Australia

Appointments 13 1021. Carer payments 13 2 717. Pensions 13 2300. Enquiries in different languages 13 1202. Enquiries by TTY 1800 810 586.Customer Relations Line 1800 050 004 8:30am-4:30pm (customer complaints).

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Centrelink - Byron Bay

NSW, Australia

Centrelink services. Appointments 13 1021, Other Languages 13 1202, Customer Relations 1800 050 004.

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Centrelink - Casino

NSW, Australia

Commonwealth Agency. Appointments 13 1021, Customer Relations 1800 050 004, Other languages 13 1202.

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Continence Information

NSW, Australia

Information on incontinence/equipment. Children with continence issues also welcome. Call Mon - Fri for appointment.

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Ballina Shire Council

NSW, Australia

Provision of a variety of Local Government services. Meetings: 4th Thursday of each month at 9 am.

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Byron Shire Council

NSW, Australia

Local government services including Disability Access Commitee, disability officer.

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Kyogle Council - Kyogle

NSW, Australia

Provision of a variety of local government services.

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Local government services including community development and community projects.

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Local government services including Community Worker and Healthy Ageing Officer.

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Provision of workshops, education, sign interpreters and information to deaf or hearing impaired people. Family worker and peer support program available. Specialising in Auslan using culturally deaf people.

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Information and referral service for PWD,aged, carers and relatives.Assistance with locating services,free quarterly newsletterfact sheets,reference material, Home and Community Care (HACC) Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) information support service.Service to improve access of people from a non-English speaking background (NESB) to mainstream HACC services in the Far North Coast area,plus advice on procedures for contacting interpreters, translators etc for service providers.

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Counselling and information,(1300 366 162)This is the Epileptic Association contact number.General support for people with epilepsy and their carers.Contact by phone only.

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Provision of community related information and referral. Providing for the social, educational and cultural needs of the people of the Byron Bay Community and its visitors. Outreach services run from the Centre include: financial counselling, tax help, employment assistance, breakfast Wednesday morning for homeless people at 7.30 am and Free bread on Tuesday from 10am. Emergency relief of food vouchers - Byron residents only and only available 4 times per year per person (extra in special circumstances). PH: 6685 6807 to make an appointment, and then seek a referral through Centrelink. Salvation Army Drop-in centre, Mon, Tue, Thurs & Fri 10 am - 1 pm.

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Our office provides information and referral to all services, full Data Base of service providers for Northern Rivers area. Clarence Coast Home Visiting Scheme, Tax Help. We have visiting Women's Health Nurse, Early Childhood Nurse, Sister Pat footcare, Doctor, Hearing Clinic, Caringa Gateway Living Skils for disabled, Centrelink, Council worker, A.A, Grow, Men's Support Group, CWA, Mum's and Bubs, Tafe support and group bookings of our rooms.Information and referral for aged care and disability services,child and family services, Women's health,young people,legal and medical info,mental health,counselling,domestic violence and much more.Visiting services include:Early Childhood nurse,Shire council,Yamba CWA,various ACE courses,immunisation, Centrelink, CVCP Day Centre,LACE, Taxhelp and Home Visiting services. Public Computer with Internet access,gentle computer lessons for mature age people.

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Provides information and support, referral and advocacy. Community settlement scheme for newly arrived migrants. Divorce assistance. Placements for volunteers. Free legal help, financial counselling service, community visitors scheme, vacation care, child and adolescent sexual assault counselling service. Regional, community aid & information service, no interest loan scheme, reading writing assistance, computer tuition, room rental, community calender, international rainbow club & some material aid. Free tax help during tax time. Volunteer Program. Food parcels: Wednesdays 1 pm - 3 pm (must have a Centrelink referral/income statement).

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Community centre is available for conferences, seminars, meetings, workshops, conventions, expos, parties, weddings and special events.

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Support Group meeting 2nd Saturday every second month at Lismore Workers Club at 10.00am.For any affected by kidney disease and or renal failure.Fundraiser for the Dialysis Unit.

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Point of contact for students of SCU as well as those with disabilities. Provision of interpreters, note taking and some special equipment. Access to counselling and medical services.

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Free, community based volunteer service offering practical help and emotional support to people who choose to die at home as well as for their families and carers. Bi-monthly newsletter ($20 annual subscription). Donations welcome. Tweed /Brunswick Breast Cancer Support Group 1st Mon of month at 10.30 am at 12 Baromi Rd, Murwillumbah. Tweed /Murwillumbah Cancer Support Group meet 1st Sat of month at 10 am, 12 Baromi Rd, Murwillumbah, contact Tweed Palliative support.

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For Veterans and ex-service personnel and their families,carers and dependents,including widows.Can put people in contact with daycare clubs. Community Development Officer.

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Information on local services to the veteran community. The Dept. of Vet. Affairs offers a range of services & info to entitled members of the veteran community, their dependants & carers. Includes: pensions, compensation, medical treatment, commemoration, assistance with finance of homes, veterans home care, home & contents insurance, veterans home maintenance helpline, homefront, crisis counselling through VVCS & mental health programs.

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O'Brien centre is managed by Mid Western Consumers Advisory group in the Greater Western Area Health Service . Any one who lives with amental illness , carers of of mental health consumers,family or friends can be come a member of CAG Inc.

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HACC Centre-Forbes

NSW, Australia

Home Mod/Maint phone Number (02) 6852 4388 mob 0428524388

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Meetings at Lifeline Hall 4th Thursday of month (social chat) at 4pm (back entrance). Hospital visits: To provide information on Breast Cancer, Pre/Post Operation support as well as information on Prostheses (local qualified protheses fitter now available). Also Home Visits.

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Practical assistance for families with dependent children, who are having difficulties. The Mums Plus group meet every Tuesday during school terms from 10 am until 12 noon at BH & District Family Support Service. Aboriginal Worker available.

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Advocacy group that provides support and assistance to people with a disability. Services provided include: - Organises holidays for people with a disability; - Social events, video nights, sporting activities, dance nights; - Support/Companionship; - Worm Farm; - Living skills development; - Bowling for Dreams; (Current at 02/08/07)

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Support, information and resource centre for women of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds. Information on: Meeting People, Learning New Skills, Relaxation, Immigration, Health Issues, Community Groups, Legal Matters, Domestic Violence. Translation Service available. Meetings at Trades Hall, on the 4th Wednesday of the month, at 12 midday.

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Facilities include: Meeting Rooms and Office Space, Function Room for Training, Weddings & Parties, Commercial Kitchen, Business Expo venue, Nursery & Community Garden. Indoor Facilities for 10 to 100 people. Outdoor area also available. Volunteers welcome. Membership Fees: $3.30/individual, $11/groups.

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Promotes Stop Domestic Violence Day. Organises Reclaim the Night activities, Purple Ribbon month in July (Prevention of Abuse of Children), International Women's Day Event.

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Youth Services - BHCC

NSW, Australia

Youth 12-25 years able to access a range of programs and activities.

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Integrated recreation and education service. Drop-in service, group outings. Disco for people with special needs 12yrs and over (NO flashing lights) 2nd Friday of each month 7:0pm - 9:30pm. $5- entry. $1- Drink. 50c- Chips. Located opposite of Blaxland McDonalds. Contact for disco is 4754 3673.

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Services are provided for women by women. Clients are not turned away if they cannot pay (fees are negotiated). Services include: Counselling, Grief Counselling, Well Womens Medical Clinic, Legal clinic, Massage, Naturopathy, Encore (after breast cancer), Yoga, Gentle Exercise, Meditation. Low cost child care for clients (while using the services in the building). Various groups (Domestic Violence Support, Breast Cancer support, Post Natal Depression, Lesbian social Group). One off workshops (e.g confidence and assertiveness, pain management, healthy relationships, body image). Also CALD counsellor/community development worker.

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The Disabilities Information Library is both a mobile and centre-based community service which lends books, cassettes, magazines and videos on a range of disability issues, general medical information, child care and aged care. The library can provide information displays for other organisations as well as ongoing monthly visits to a wide range of groups such as: playgroups, preschools, support groups, schools and colleges, TAFE and universities.

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The Family Skills Program provides a range of therapeutic and educational group programs for parents, children and whole families to build better relationships and enhance family functioning. Some groups run after-hours. Specialist groups include programs for parents of ADHD children or children with special needs. Childrens groups where family violence has occured, grandparents programs

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Volunteer-run support group for individuals and their families, carers and friends. Service providers welcome. Meets at the Richmond Club, Cnr Francis and East Market Sts, Richmond and Burwood RSL Club, 96 Shaftsbury Rd, Burwood. Library available for financial members. Monthly coffee mornings for people unable to attend evening meetings.

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CSGP funded. Information, advocacy, referral, community development, group activities, seniors and disability services and activities, emergency food service, out of school hours childcare. No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) covers postcodes 2780, 2782, 2785, 2786 (upper Blue Mountains).

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Information and referral point for the elderly and disabled population of the Blue Mountains, their families, friends and carers. Management and advisory support to HACC and community services. Assists and coordinates the delivery of HACC services. Convenes the Blue Mountains HACC Forum and acts as its Secretary.

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The Legal Aid Commission - Penrith Office provides free legal advise for criminal and family law matters and representation (means and merit tested) in these areas.

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Provides information about the community. Centre-based services include: Local Community Information (pamphlets and noticeboards); Newcomers Kits; Dids (Dads in Distress); Mens Group; Kinship Care (support groups for those who care for a relatives children). Photocopy/Fax/Laminating/Binding service; Transport for medical appointments for people who are frail aged or disabled; Open Door - leisure for over 55's Tues am; Volunteer Home Visitors, social support for frail aged and people with disabilities; Community Visitors Scheme, where volunteers visit people in nursing homes. Tanderra Out of School Hours Care 5-12 yrs; Blue Mountains Talking Gazette. Knit & yarn opportunity for people to meet and chat, reduce isolation and learn a new skill; Meet n' Eat a fortnightly free lunch.

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Resources funded and unfunded community organisations in the Blue Mountains. Convenes Blue Mountains Interagency. Represents Blue Mountains regionally. Advocates for social justice and also auspices mental health community development project.

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Co-ordinates a range of services/activities including: Disabilities Information Library, Keen Teens, Nepean Social Club, Community Participation Program, Post-School Options, Recreation Options Project (ROP), Flexible Respite Service (FRS) and Respite Cottage. People can attend from all areas as long as they can get to the activities/programs themselves.

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Co-ordinates/auspices a range of services including: Community Visitors Scheme (CVS)( Penrith and Hawkesbury), HACC Volunteer Training(Penrith, Hawkesbury, Blue Mountains and Blacktown), Neighbour Aid(Penrith)and Volunteer Referral Service(Penrith, Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains).

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Provides Hawkesbury Neighbour Aid, Hawkesbury Family support, community development, information & referral. Tools for parents workshops. Hall for hire for meetings and functions. Serveral support groups and forums. New: TIME OUT FOR MUMS group- 0-8yrs meets f/n school term, 10am- 12noon, child care available - bookings through Carol 4588 3504

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Community development, craft groups, play groups, elderly social group "Friends and Neighbours" for over 50's, free courses, support. Community Information and Referals. Separate Drop in Youth Project 12-18 yrs. Over 55yrs Heart Moves gentle exercise. Heart Foundation walking group.

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Provides a range of services and information to the local community. Services include community developement, referral and advocacy, Seniors group, Heart Moves exercise class, After School Art & Craft Activities for children 5-12yrs, family drop-in and groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Family and Youth Worker available.

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