Out of-home-care service providers will benefit from a $390 million extension of existing OOHC contracts, providing certainty for the sector well into 2017.
As part of the out-of-homecare (OOHC) reforms which began in 2012, the NSW Government is extending current OOHC service provider contracts until April 2017.
In a new approach created by child protection workers on the Central Coast, children and families at risk will be identified earlier and better supported through the opening of NSW’s first family-focused response centre.
Frontline child protection caseworkers and managers will be workshopping how best to help children into safe and permanent families through Open Adoption in a roadshow across the state.
The NSW Government has officially launched its social housing fund, which in its first phase will deliver an additional 3,000 social and affordable homes and slash waiting lists for vulnerable families.
Free practitioner core standard workshops will be held at 20 key regional and metro centres across NSW from 03 February to 27 April 2016. The workshops have been designed for practitioners, nurses and administrators working to support people with disability
Hear how Foodbank’s new distribution centre in Western Sydney will benefit people and families in need.
NSW is embarking on a new era of social housing with a large scale building program which will generate $22 billion in construction activity in NSW and produce better social outcomes for the community.
Sales of heritage housing in Millers Point has delivered the first 100 new social housing homes, helping people off the waiting list said Parliamentary Secretary Tanya Davies.
Women and children escaping domestic and family violence will benefit from an upgrade of more than a dozen social housing properties in Western Sydney.
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