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Help finding help

Do you need help finding help?

Need some support and help accessing local services? Call 13 18 19 or contact us online to make an appointment with a Community Care Worker near you.

Our Community Care Workers can help with counselling, relationships, parenting, ageing, disability, mental health and almost any other concern you may have and are currently located in the following community locations:


Sometimes it is easier to talk in-person with a professional who can offer compassion and understanding for your situation and needs. Someone who knows your local community and who can easily link you to the most relevant local services.

As one of Sydney’s largest social services agencies, CatholicCare offers Community Care Workers who are friendly, qualified, experienced and backed by an 80-year history of caring for the community.

CatholicCare’s vision of a society where everyone is valued and supported means all are welcomed, regardless of personal circumstances, religious or cultural backgrounds.

Find help



Call our CCareline on 13 18 19  or contact us online to make an appointment for this free, confidential* service
*Consultations are confidential unless there is a risk of harm to you or others.



Meet our Community Care Workers

Juliette, Community Care Worker - Fairfield and Liverpool

Juliette is a trained therapist and uses her counselling skills to help identify people’s needs, then links them to the right support.

“I want to support people in the community so they can grow academically, emotionally, socially, spiritually and physically. I want to support them to grow stronger.”


Juliette Kirkwood


Deborah, Community Care Worker - North Ryde and Ryde/Gladesville

Deborah loves working with people. Before undertaking her degree in Community Welfare, Deborah worked as a hairdresser for 16 years, so naturally, she enjoys a good chat and has a talent for making people feel comfortable.

“Helping people to believe in themselves and to make the necessary connections to move forward positively and confidently in their lives is so rewarding.”
Deborah Absalom

Our locations

Fairfield
Our Lady of the Rosary, 2 Weston Street, Fairfield
Call our CCareline on 13 18 19  or contact us online to make an appointment.
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Liverpool
All Saints, 48 George Street, Liverpool
Call our CCareline on 13 18 19  or contact us online to make an appointment.
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North Ryde
Holy Spirit, 191 Coxs Road, North Ryde
Call our CCareline on 13 18 19  or contact us online to make an appointment.
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Ryde/Gladesville
St Charles Borromeo/Our Lady Queen of Peace, 2A Charles Street, Ryde
Call our CCareline on 13 18 19  or contact us online to make an appointment.
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Find help



Call our CCareline on 13 18 19  or contact us online to make an appointment for this free, confidential* service
*Consultations are confidential unless there is a risk of harm to you or others.