Welcome to CatholicCare

CatholicCare is a not for profit non-government social care organisation that has provided professional services to the people in the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay since 1987. We provide a wide range of programs to assist children, young people, individuals and families in Sydney's North and on the NSW Central Coast. CatholicCare works with and for people in making a positive difference in their lives leading to:

  • Improved well-being
  • Sustained support networks
  • A sense of hope for the future 

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Free legal advice for Central Coast families

CatholicCare  Central Coast and LEGAL Aid NSW are partnering to offer a free legal advice service at Warnervale. Solicitors will be offering advice on family law matters, including family violence and parenting arrangements. The new service commences  Friday 20 March and continues every first and third Friday of the month, between 9.30am and 3pm at the Warnervale medical complex. Read more - http://tinyurl.com/ks4fyg2

Contact the Central Coast family centre for more information - 4324 5611

 Free legal advice

Families Australia Policy Forum

Please download the attached brochure for more information on the Families Australia Policy being held on the 17 Feburary in Sydney.

The forum will consider how we can make a difference for Australia's families and children.

Read more: Families Australia Policy Forum

A resolution for the next 40 New Years: Never forget the value of young lives...

Towards the end of 2013 CatholicCare said farewell to Jean Murray, Senior Manager Out of Home Care. An outstanding advocate and champion for vulnerable children for over forty years, Jean will be very much missed.

Read more: A resolution for the next 40 New Years: Never forget the value of young lives...

CatholicCare excellence in Therapeutic Group Care profiled by NSW government.

FACS Minister the Hon Pru Goward recently released the Department's "Shining a light on good practice in NSW" report. 20 case studies were featured in the 120 page report, the non-government examples - drawn from the more than 140 submissions recieved - being from Life Without Barriers, Salvation Army Young Hope, SHINE for Kids, Youth Care UPA , Illawarra Aboriginal Corporation and CaholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay

Read more: CatholicCare excellence in Therapeutic Group Care profiled by NSW government.

 

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