Yearly Archives: 2017


Central Coast Domestic Violence Resource List

The Central Coast Domestic Violence Resource includes a listing of specialist Domestic Violence services that operate on the Central Coast. It also contains information and contact details for services who provide information, counselling and support. Please click on the link to access the resource - Central Coast Domestic Violence Specific Services Resource

Budget Overview for vulnerable people on the Central Coast

We are sure you’ve received many commentaries on Tuesday’s Federal Budget, but The CCCC thought it might be helpful to focus specifically on the vulnerable people we support locally… Housing & Homelessness additional funding of $375 million over three years from 2018-19 as part of the new National Housing and Homelessness Agreement to fund front line [...]

PMC – NAIDOC Grant Opens on Tuesday 21 March 2017.

2017 National NAIDOC Theme - Our Languages Matter - NAIDOC Week will be held from 2 to 9 July 2017. The Australian Government supports NAIDOC Week as an opportunity to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures, achievements and contributions to modern Australia.   Will the Department be providing funding for NAIDOC Week in 2017? [...]

Indigenous Conference Services (ICS) launches its 2017 – 2018 Conference Programs

Calling for papers Indigenous Conference Services (ICS) welcomes everyone to our first newsletter for 2017.  It is an exciting new era for Indigenous conferences and 2017/2018 is a busy year for us with a host of new events and the revitalisation of some of our well established conferences. ICS is also partnering with new community [...]

CCMI – Smart Skilled support for refugee/Assylum Seek

From January 1 2017, the NSW Government changed its Smart and Skilled eligibility requirements to support refugees and asylum seekers into training and jobs. Providing they meet other Smart and Skilled eligibility and that they hold an eligible visa, both refuges and asylum seekers will be eligible for:   Subsidised training up to and including Advanced Diploma [...]


Musicians Making a Difference (MMAD) have recently launched a state of the art recording studio in the heart of Gosford. Thank to the support of Lucy Wicks MP, the Thyne Reid Foundation, and a successful Pozible crowd-funding campaign ‘The Studio’ at The Lounge Room is something truly special. Enter the control room through the enormous [...]

Central Coast Social Inclusion survey – Chamber of Community

The Chamber of Community is a new way of communities working together to achieve better outcomes and quality of life for the local Central Coast population. The Chamber of Community’s mission is “to foster a collective approach to address issues facing our most vulnerable with complex needs”. One of the Chamber’s action groups has a [...]

Emergency Food Services card for the Southern part of the Central Coast.

My name is Aliesha and I work for Central Coast Council in our community development sector. I am currently working on a community development project in the area of homelessness. Council is collating information for an Emergency Food Services card for the Southern part of the Central Coast. This card has been extremely successful in [...]

Schools program database – your go to resource for workshop facilitiation

To assist workers with program delivery within schools, the Central Coast Community Council has collated a handy database of those people who are trained in facilitating youth focused workshops within the region. To access the database, click on the link below Youth Interagency Programs Database

The Cultural Atlas – Learn about our culturally diverse society

The Cultural Atlas is an educational resource providing comprehensive cultural information on the countries that Australia’s biggest migrant populations have originated from. The aim is to improve social cohesion in Australia and promote inclusion in an increasingly culturally diverse society. The Cultural Atlas was developed to supplement SBS's Cultural Competence Program. To learn more about [...]

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