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CatholicCare Sydney's services for families cover relationships, parenting, fertility and pregnancy and post separation.

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CatholicCare Sydney’s Children & Youth Services deliver services to children, young people and their families.

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CatholicCare Sydney has a range of services for people living with a disability, their families and carers.

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CatholicCare Sydney's Ageing services focus on the delivery of services to frail aged, those with a disability and their carers.

Community services

CatholicCare Sydney provides a range of community programs and services.

St Patrick’s Institute of Education (SPIE) conducts nationally accredited vocational training.

Employment services

CatholicCare Sydney provides services in the areas of employment and personal development.

Latest News

General Manager of Disability, Mental Health and Carers, Daniel Culhane talks about CatholicCare’s preparation for the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) across parts of Sydney from 1 July 2016.

'Cheers,’ people say as they raise their glasses, ‘Your health’.We are rarely conscious that such a toast is a prayer – for health, healing, safety, happiness – for ourselves and each other. The Risen Christ returns to us on Easter day and, raising a glass full of the new wine of the kingdom, He says: Shalom.

In 2015, CatholicCare Sydney officially opened two new homes for young people leaving the foster care system who are at risk of homelessness, as part of the Rose Gallagher Project. Since then, a group of young people have moved in, and through a generous donation they have the chance to learn important living skills as part of their independence.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics reports the rate of unemployed young people looking for full time work is over 16%, the highest it’s been since 1998. A recent report from Melbourne-based social justice organisation, the Brotherhood of St Laurence, also revealed one-in-five teenagers are unemployed. With youth joblessness so high – despite teenagers’ and young adults’ desire to work – can anything be done?

When Mary Rose Piscopo’s mother called our Flexible Respite for Children program from Sydney’s West, we were unsure whether we could cater to her needs. In previous years, our services have been restricted to Inner-West and South-West Sydney. But in preparation for the NDIS, we’ve broadened our intake which made this service available to Mary Rose and her family.

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