We Did It! A Night to Remember!

News June 2023 Blue & Green Tie Ball. We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you who made our fundraising ball a grand success! We Did It! A Night to Remember! We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you who made our fundraising ball a grand ...

Centacare attends Family & Relationship Services Australia Conference

News May 2023 FRSA National Conference Centacare South West NSW colleagues, Stina, Kate, Codie and Sophie, recently attended the Family & Relationship Services Australia Conference on the Gold Coast. Centacare South West NSW colleagues, Stina, Kate, Codie and Sophie, recently attended the Family & Relationship Services Australia Conference on the Gold Coast. The FRSA National Conference is heralded as a ...

Office closing and opening dates for Christmas and New years holiday 2022

News December 2022 Centacare Office closing and opening dates for Christmas and New years holiday 2022.   We would like to call out to our colleagues and all those professionals who work in the same industry as ourselves. Although we are the professionals providing our support and expertise so that we can assist others with their mental health and wellbeing, ...

Leeton’s Afghani community feature in ABC’s ‘Back Roads’.

The Riverina town of Leeton, NSW, champions the cause for welcoming and supporting multi-cultural migrants and refugees into the community. Both the Mayor and local Multicultural Officer are united to find ways to help people fit in, especially as they wait for long periods for their family members to join them from abroad.

Refugee Week, 2022

We had over 60 Afghan community members attend the event on Sunday at the CWA Hall in Griffith. Seven families attended and most of the group were ‘unaccompanied’ males (men still waiting for permission for their families to be granted visas to come to Australia).

Do it for Dolly Day

News May 2022 Do it for Dolly Day Centacare was a sea of blue today as we rallied behind Do it for Dolly Day. . It is important for us to raise awareness about the serious issues of bullying and its devastating effects. We want our communities to know that we are here to support victims and their families that ...