Monthly Archives: February 2017


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 [...]

Emergency relief programs – Find out what help is available

There are a number of Emergency Relief programs available on the Central Coast. These services help members of our community who need it most. Care For The Coast A community member based organisation whose priority is to help families on the Central Coast who may be struggling financially or find themselves in times of hardship or crisis. Care For [...]

Rent Choice Youth – Are You Eligible?

If you are a young person aged 16-24, are homeless or at risk of homelessness, you may be eligible to receive a Rent Choice Youth Subsidy from the Department of Family and Community Services’ (FACS). Rent Choice Youth helps young people to take out a lease in the private rental market and to achieve stability [...]

Life Skills Program

Central Coast Community College has partnered with local community organisations, including Bara Barang and the Samaritans, to offer a new and exciting program designed especially for students experiencing barriers to training and employment. The Life Skills program offers students a unique learning opportunity where they will master a variety of skills through fun and practical experiences. The [...]

Expression of Interest for the implementation of a Media Project

Stories of women who have experienced domestic violence Expressions of interest are sought from a local organisation engaged in the domestic violence field who would be interested in implementing a media project to raise awareness of the impact of domestic violence and of the work of available support services. Interested organisations should submit an application [...]

Fairhaven Services appoints new CEO

Fairhaven Services appoints new CEO Monique Cardon has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of Fairhaven Services Ltd, a leading local provider of disability supports and services on the Central Coast. Interim CEO, Tony Anderson said that Monique’s experience and values make her a terrific fit for the role at Fairhaven. He added, “I [...]

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