A new community connections hotdesk has been set up at Griffith City Library. The service is designed to allow a diverse range of not-for-profit organisations to provide information and referral services.
Centacare’s School Wellbeing Program is designed to promote positive relationships amongst students, families and schools to enable students to be healthy, happy, engaged and successful. We work alongside teaching staff, parents and students to assist with the implementation of social and emotional wellbeing programs that enhance wellbeing for all.
Our professional, qualified counsellors will provide a confidential and safe environment for any families, individuals, children or young people wishing to strengthen and gain skills, knowledge and resources that can assist in addressing a range of different issues in their lives such as
• Family relationships
• Family breakdown and separation
• Parenting Support
• Couples counselling
For all enquiries please contact Centacare on 1300 619 379
Centacare’s professional team of practitioners help individuals, couples and families to build strong, happy and healthy relationships We deliver groups or courses for a broad audience or tailor programs for certain individuals, such as retirees and stepfamilies.
Together with information, these skills can help better manage changing life stages, such as at the beginning of a new relationship, marriage, having a family or navigating separation.
Many of our programs have an additional emphasis on supporting parents, grandparents and carers of children.
Meet our Recovery Support Team
Centacare’s NDIS Officers can assist you with the implementation of your National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan. Our NDIS Officers have knowledge and expertise in all plan areas, including Coordination of Supports, Plan Management and Delivery of Services.
PHaMs is a federally funded program that is transitioning to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). PHaMs Program focus is to place participants at the centre of their mental health recovery journey and is committed to support participants to access the NDIS and link into other supports identified in their Individual Recovery Support Plans. The NDIS understands that recovery is a journey.
Partners in Recovery aims to better support people with severe and persistent mental illness with complex needs, and their carers and families, by getting services and supports to work in a more collaborative, coordinated, and integrated way.
The Humanitarian Services is to provide tailored support to Humanitarian entrants in Australia to promote their physical, social and psychological wellbeing through non-discriminatory and culturally appropriate practice and in turn raise cultural awareness across community ties.
Centacare’s Corporate team work to support all staff of Centacare: CEO, Clinical and Corporate Governance, Audit, Finance, Human Resources, Business Development, Marketing, Office Assistants and NDIS Engagement Officer.
Sing & Grow provides music therapy services in the community for families with young children, to find out more, contact Susan 1300 619 379
GDIT Holiday Family Picnic Get Together
Friday 5 January 2018 10:30am – 2.30pm
Botanical Gardens MacLeay Street Wagga Wagga (BBQ area)
BYO picnic lunch or food to BBQ
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, Our offices will be closed Monday 25th December 2017 & reopen Tuesday 2nd January 2018. Centacare Board, Management and Staff would like to thank you for access our services throughout 2017 and look forward to see you in 2018.
Thank you, Susan for sharing your story.
Mental health care providers have attended Wagga Library's Storytime event to provide information about post-natal depression to parents.
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The event was a great way for both the community and for the different services to learn more about each other, and for everyone to share stories and talk more about their mental health journeys.
Upcoming Workshop 24th November
Suitable for Professionals Working with Families and Children in a ‘Stepfamily’ Context.
As professionals working with families and children, at some point in time we encounter members of a stepfamily be children or and step-couples. For more information, click on picture or contact Carla 0414 399 966 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and join us for morning tea and to discuss the need in the Junee Community and District Area to create a support group for Grandparents Raising their Grandchildren.