The NDIS is one of the largest reforms in Australia’s history. You can find news, updates and information about the National Disability Insurance Scheme right here on catholiccare.org
CatholicCare's Thong Nguyen survived an oppressive regime, a perilous boat trip across open seas and years in a refugee camp. We are honoured to share his story.
The Stronger Relationships trial aims to help Australian couples to have happy, healthy and mutually satisfying relationships by providing a $200 subsidy towards counselling or relationship education programs.
Foster Care (or Out-of-Home Care) is a service provided by CatholicCare Sydney for children and young people, who are unable to live at home with their parents for a period of time. Becoming a foster carer is challenging, but it’s also one of the most rewarding things you can do. Do you have room in your heart for a foster child?
Centacare Industries offer services in Packaging and Assembly, Mail Fulfillment, Light Manufacturing, Secure Shredding and Recycle Services, Garden Maintenance and Tree Services, Indoor Plant Hire and Logistics Management Services, including the warehousing and national distribution of products for major manufacturers and wholesalers.
CatholicCare Sydney is the official welfare agency of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Sydney. Our Mission, as an instrument of Christ's liberating presence in the world, is to provide for the social and emotional wellbeing of communities, families and individuals living in the Archdiocese.
CatholicCare Sydney staff and programs were awarded the top prize in two of three categories at the CSSA Awards last night.
Translations of two key CatholicCare Sydney publications are now available in 15 languages.
CatholicCare's Thong Nguyen survived an oppressive regime, a perilous boat trip across open seas and years in a refugee camp. As part of Anti-Poverty Week 2014, we are honoured to share his story.
CatholicCare staff and foster carers joined the Governor-General at the weekend, for the launch of Anti-Poverty Week 2014.
Hamish Stewart was diagnosed with Schizophrenia 20 years ago. His mental illness affected his career, confidence and relationships, but an innovative collaboration between two St George area organisations helped Hamish turn his life around.