This program assists people to cope with difficult and stressful life experiences by providing information, counselling and advocacy focussing on strengthening and supporting people based on individual needs. We also seek to develop a network of community support, referral and self-help services.
What do we offer?
Most people, at some point in their lives, face significant life challenges and changes. We can help people experiencing issues of social isolation, financial hardship or emotional crises.
We can help to identify your needs and help you to access supports in the local community. People access the service for a variety of reasons so it is a flexible, practical program tailored to fit the needs of individuals and families.
Services by appointment include
• Information and referral
• Parenting support
• Assistance with household and financial management
• Crisis Counselling
• Housing options and information
• Self help, community education and support groups
• Financial Inclusion Services including:
• The Pantry
• No Interest Loans
• Budgeting assistance
Who is eligible for this service?
The service is open to anyone living in the Inner North/North Western suburbs. Individuals, families or other service providers can access the service by contacting us.
What does it cost?
This is a free and confidential service.
For further information or to discuss how our service can be tailored to meet your needs, please contact the Family Support Worker on (07) 3510 2700 or use our contact form.