The NSW Government has launched the second phase of its Social and Affordable Housing Fund with an additional 1200 new houses to be delivered across NSW.
Recent media coverage surrounding the Waterloo redevelopment has been inaccurate and deserves a response.
Australia’s first social impact investment has now been helping vulnerable families reunite or stay safely together for four years.
The youth mentoring program will focus on youth wellbeing and connection with community.
The deadline to submit entries to the 2017 NSW Grandparents Day photography competition has been extended. Entries are now open until Friday 15 September.
While we cannot comment on matters subject to the Coronial Inquest into the death of Braxton Slager, the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) has made a great many positive changes in the past few years.
The vacancy rate for caseworkers across NSW has dropped to five per cent as recruitment ramps up following a $63 million boost to increase caseworker numbers to protect the State’s most vulnerable children.
FACS has launched an open tender process for a non-government partner or consortium to develop a new approach to recruit, develop and support guardians, adoptive parents and other carers.
Seniors across NSW are being encouraged to take part in an exciting new low impact sporting initiative to help them stay active and connected in their communities.
Families in NSW will receive more support to stay together with new counselling and support services rolling out across the state.
The NSW Government is greatly expanding the pilot of an innovative service to help Aboriginal defendants comply with an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (ADVO).
The NSW Government has announced the successful tenderer for Ivanhoe Estate, the biggest social and affordable housing renewal development in Australia and the first of five major sites delivered under the $22 billion Communities Plus program.
A private rental subsidy to support those escaping domestic and family violence has been expanded to now include those earning moderate incomes, Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Pru Goward announced today.
Young people at risk of homelessness in Western Sydney, South Western Sydney and Southern NSW will have increased access to support services under an innovative rental assistance program designed to support young people into housing.
The NSW Government will urgently move to change laws to allow authorities to remove the Martin Place tent city following inaction by the City of Sydney, Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced.
If your grandparent or an older person you know deserves an award for everything they do for their family and community, then this is your chance to nominate them.
The providers announced join those selected earlier this year to operate supported accommodation and respite services in other regions across NSW.
Following an extensive consultation, Minister for Disability Services Ray Williams announced the successful providers to take over the operation of state supported accommodation services in Sydney and the Central Coast.
Minister for Disability Services Ray Williams is encouraging people across NSW to nominate an exceptional carer or employer for a NSW Carers Award.
Local organisations and councils across the state are encouraged to apply for a 2018 NSW Seniors Festival grant, to celebrate the festival’s 60th year.