Emergency Relief

Emergency Relief

The Neighbourhood Centre is an agency for emergency relief assistance. Under strict Government guidelines, and providing that funds are available, we can assist people in crisis with food and fuel vouchers together with some relief for household utility and material aid. The client may receive support by way of food vouchers or help to pay some accounts e.g. Telephone, (land line only)
Rent, (paid to recognised rental agency) Pharmacy prescriptions, School books and uniforms and pre loved furniture (when available)

Emergency Relief is available:

Monday          11am – 1pm

Wednesday    11am – 1pm

Thursday         11am – 1pm

This program is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services

New Project to be announced January 2020

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Community Development Program

Community Development Program

  • Assists individuals and groups create their own futures
  • Promote social change
  • Advocate the needs of disadvantaged
  • Build community capacity
  • Promotes equity & justice for all

Funded by Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services

Family Support Program

Family Support Program

“Working Together to Strengthen Families”
The program aims to strengthen families by providing assistance and support to children and parents to reduce tension and ‘breakdown’ of the family unit. It also aims to assist parents with decisions that affect their family situation.

  • Information, Advice and referral
  • Advocacy and support
  • Counselling
  • Family therapy and mediation
  • Development of family household management skills
  • Case conferencing
  • Community education

Funded by Department of Communities, Child Safety & Disability Services

Legal Aid Queensland

Legal Aid Queensland

The Neighbourhood Centre is a Community Access Point for Legal Aid Queensland. Client information officers listen to your problem and explain the legal issues involved, tell you about the law and tell you how to access our services or refer you to other services which can help you.

Or clients may receive face-to-face assistance by talking to a client information officer at one of our 14 offices in Queensland or by visiting one of our community access points. We can help with paperwork, forms and information in regards to accessing Legal Aid. Ph 1300 65 11 88.

http://www.legalaid.qld.gov.au

For more information, please contact us below.

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