Family Support Workers/Social Workers provide a counselling and support service to assist families and individuals to improve life skills and enhance family and community relationships.
Thank you for helping us to make a positive difference to hundreds of people over the festive period. Thanks to the many generous donations of food and gifts from individuals, schools, businesses, corporations and government, we were able give presents to 380 children and over 200 hampers to local families, elderly people and people staying in shelters over Christmas. None of this would have been possible without the generosity of the many people and organisations who gave donations, and the volunteers who helped to sort the food and gifts for distribution.
From today, the free 1800 007 007 telephone Financial Counselling Service will go by the new name of the National Debt Helpline. This new name comes with a new website which provides additional information and resources.
The National Debt Helpline aims to help you manage your debts and get your finances back under control.
It’s that time of year again! UnitingCare and Target have teamed up for the 25th year for their annual Christmas appeal. We need your help to reach our $1.5 million goal.
As part of Responsible Gambling Awareness Week, Amity Community Services hosted a Community Liaison Officer launch.
The event brought together gaming venue staff from around Darwin and representatives from the Australian Hotel Association (AHA) with staff from Community service providers such as Anglicare, Somerville and Amity Community Services.
The launch was an opportunity for Community Liaison staff to get to know more about the services provided in the community to help minimise harm associated with gambling.
Liza Metcalfe, Somerville’s HR, IT and Administrative Services Manager, has been named as a finalist for the AHRI HR Diversity Champion Award.
The award recognises HR professionals who empower employees and model excellence in workforce diversity.
Responsible Gambling Awareness week runs from the 24th to 30th of October and this year’s theme is Gambling. Go Easy.
This important week is about encouraging responsible gambling on four levels: individual, government, industry and community.
For individuals, this means that gambling is controlled, within your budget and time limits and doesn’t negatively impact your life or the lives of those around you.
The Administration Officer provides a comprehensive range of administrative and office support duties and maintenance of a professional office environment to a high standard.
Family Support Workers/Counsellors provide a counselling and support service to assist families and individuals to improve life skills and enhance family and community relationships.