The state-wide caseworker vacancy rate has remained stable at three per cent in the June 2016 quarter, according to data released today by the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS).
The first Communities Plus renewal project at Ivanhoe (Macquarie Park) has sparked strong interest from the private sector development industry and Community Housing Providers (CHPs), said Minister for Social Housing, Brad Hazzard.
The CareerPathways program helps you train for your new career, while supporting you through the process.
Family and Community Services is inspecting temporary accommodation to ensure that women escaping domestic violence are housed in safe facilities.
Close to 10,000 free or low-cost training places to help older people become tech savvy are now available, Minister for Ageing John Ajaka announced today.
Do you have an innovative idea, project or platform that has the potential to improve the lives of older people living in NSW? Apply for a 2016-17 Liveable Communities grant today.
In August 2016, the Office of the Children’s Guardian accredited 12 of the 15 Family and Community Services Districts. The three remaining Districts all have interim accreditation.
The 2017 NSW Seniors Festival grants program is now open.
More than 130,000 children, families and communities will benefit from reforms which promote increased early support to vulnerable families, Minister for Family and Community Services Brad Hazzard announced today.
A major increase in the exchange of information between federal and state agencies and the continuous checking of new records has resulted in thousands of high risk adults being prevented from working with children, the NSW Minister for Family and Community Services Brad Hazzard said today.
To report suspected child abuse or neglect, call the Child Protection Helpline on(24 hours/7 days)