Centacare provides wellbeing support to the rural and regional communities in our region.
Centacare also operates the Central West Family Law Pathways Network to enhance skills, knowledge, and collaboration among professionals assisting families going through separation.
The Aged Care Visitors Scheme provides trained and friendly volunteer visitors to older people in our community at risk of social isolation in local Aged Care Facilities across our region. Centacare is always looking for volunteers to take up this worthwhile and rewarding role. We provide the connection, training and ongoing support.
Do you have a few spare hours a month and would like to provide companionship to someone in aged care – you can chat about the weather, read books, play cards or just share stories together. Does this sound like you?
We are committed to supporting our rural communities through adversity, such as drought, floods, bushfires and mice with services, wellbeing events and referral pathways. One example is our yearly commitment to bring our counselling team to the local Agricultural Shows in the Warrumbungle, Gilgandra and Coonamble Shires.
We provide children, young people, parents, carers and grandparents a range of activities in schools, early childhood services and the community.
Please click More Information below to visit Centacare’s Early Childhood and Community Programs page to see the range of activities we provide to the community.
Family Law Pathways Networks a national network for professionals working with families who are separating, or have separated. It is funded by the Attorney-General’s Department and managed by a local steering committee which draws expertise across government, non-government and legal organisations.
The Network is the primary organisation bringing together all public, community and private service providers, including the Family Law Judiciary, Family Relationship Service providers, Therapists, Private Legal Practitioners and Mediators, Legal Aid NSW, services in the Family and Domestic Violence, ATSI, and mental health sectors, and Community Legal Centres. A Project Officer is employed to coordinate the day to day operations of the Network.
Central West NSW covers a large area of central NSW from Lithgow in the east, Dubbo in the west, Mudgee in the north and Cowra in the south. It is the purpose of the CNSW FLPN to create awareness of all the resources that are available within the region for those who are making their way through the family law system.We aim to:
For more information about Family Law Pathways Network please visit https://www.flpn.com.au/Enquire Now
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