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This service assists individuals and families on low incomes, experiencing financial difficulties. The service works with clients to resolve financial crises such as the risk of legal action, loss of essential services or eviction. It offers information, conducts assessments and will provide options and support to assist consumers to address identified problems and manage their financial situation more effectively.
Family Law Counselling can help people with relationship difficulties better manage their personal or interpersonal issues associated with children and family during separation.
This program is designed to provide outreach services in remote locations by way of individual, couple and family counselling in addition to crisis support and community development. The aim of this program is to increase access and provide timely support through a range of integrated services to at-risk families, promoting a safe environment for children and overall family functioning.
Centrecare Family Dispute Resolution focuses on children. They also assist couples and families communicate effectively and reach agreements in relation to the needs of children and/or resolve property matters. Separation can be a difficult time for families, particularly for children. The Family Law requires parents to attempt to resolve issues related to their children through Family Dispute Resolution (or a similar service) before being able to initiate proceedings in the Family Court.
Bega Garnbirringu Health Service work intensively with those who are homeless and sleeping rough to gain an alternative means of accommodation, obtain housing or return to their community.
Outcomes-Based Intensive Support to Singles, Couples & Families sleeping rough are provided.
This is a NPA (National Partnership Agreement) Initiative funded program.
The SEWB centre is located in a safe and confidential space and our focus is to increase participation and engagement of Aboriginal people in mental health services. It provides support with suicide and self-harm as well as problems with alcohol and other drugs.
Breakfast is served at 7.00-8.00am at the Shelter and visits to the local camps at around 8:30am
This service aims to assist those who are homeless to obtain and maintain housing or seek alternative accommodation. As well as assist our existing Bega client’s at risk of eviction to keep their home.
We also provide regular outreach and support to clients being on case management.