Service Providers on TMN Links
The ATO provides community services to refugees, migrants, youth, international students and CALD community. We present face-to-face tax talks for attendees to understand Australian tax and super system. Also we participate in events.
02 9685 8738
Our Vision Is An Empowered Community
Which Values And Supports The Health And Wellbeing
Of All Women And Their Families
02 9790 1378Brochure: services-brochure_2019.pdf
Our services are aimed at alleviating the distress experienced by vulnerable families and the wider community by establishing, developing and implementing hands on, practical and capacity building programs.
Our services include:
Early Intervention / Speech Pathology / Occupational Therapy
02 9796 2931
At BreastScreen NSW, we aim to improve the survival rates of women with breast cancer by providing free screening mammograms to women aged 50-74. Women aged 40-49 and women aged 75+ are also eligible to attend.
This service aims to detect breast cancer early, before it has a chance to spread. Early detection of cancer increases the treatment options available and improves the chance of survival.
13 20 50
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Canterbury City Community Centre (4Cs) is a NGO which provides services across the Canterbury-Bankstown and Inner West Local Government Areas. We aim to improve the quality of life for people living in our local area and to promote social inclusion and community harmony.
02 9750 9344
Canterbury Earlwood Caring Community Centre is a non-profit community service, located on the corner of Clarke and Lewis St, Earlwood. Also known as CECAL we provide a range of groups, programs and activities for people of all ages from children and families to adults and seniors (see below) and also regular community, social events, educational and outreach program
Child and Family Services
OOSH Child Care/Vacation Care
Aged Care & Volunteer Programs
02 9645 3700
Chinese Parents Association - Children with Disabilities Inc. (CPA) is a non-profit, non-religious, incorporated charitable organisation established in 1988 by a group of Chinese parents of children with disabilities. We are serving children & adults with disabilities from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, their families and carers. We undertake the task to realize their full potential and to promote the needs, rights and well-being of people with disabilities & their families.
Community Support services is a charity organisation that endeavours to relieve hardship and empower vulnerable people within our community. We provide food relief, emergency assistance, case management, referral services and community workshops. CSS aims to increase social cohesion by building on peoples strengths and promoting self growth.
DSA is a values based social enterprise supporting 2,500 people with a disability, and employing more than 1,500 people in key regions of New South Wales, including Metropolitan Sydney, the Hunter, Illawarra, Central West, Southern Highlands and Southern Ranges.
We support people to develop the skills and capabilities they need to gain independence and participate in society.
Health Promotion - statewide NSW
Health campaigns: Get healthy at work, Get healthy service, Go4, Tobacco prevention. (physical activities, healthy eating)
02 9515 9068
Koorana is a community owned non-profit organisation, established over 40 years ago, who provides early education as well as child disability services across the Inner West and South West areas of Sydney.
(02) 8321 9600
Volunteer Tutors teach English to new migrants and refugees who are unable to access on-site classes in the AMEP Program with one on one lessons for 1 hour per week. Tutoring is across the Bankstown, Fairfield, Cabrammatta, Liverpool and Campbelltown council areas. Lesson times are flexible depending on your availability - weekdays or weekends, during or out of work hours. Anyone can become a volunteer tutor, even if you’re not a native English speaker.
9707 0264Brochure: navitas-volunteer-tutor-scheme.docx
To be a leading edge provider of services promoting quality of life and inclusion to people with disability, their carers and families.
Recreation, Sports and Aquatics Club (RSAC), is a community based ‘not for profit’ organisation that provides sport, recreation and social activities and opportunities for people with disability.
SSI is a community organisation and social business that supports newcomers and other Australians to achieve their full potential. We work with all people who have experienced vulnerability, including refugees, people seeking asylum and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, to build capacity and enable them to overcome inequality.
(02) 8071 1050
South Western Sydney PHN is a not-for-profit health organisation dedicated to supporting general practitioners, practice nurses and other primary health providers to deliver the best possible care for their patients and improve access to quality local health care for the whole community.
(02) 4632 3000
TAD changes lives of people living with a disability by providing personalised technology, equipment and services.
Our core workforce are skilled volunteers who design and build custom equipment to help people achieve their goals. We work with people of any age and any disability.
We know the cost of living with a disability. As a charity we keep costs as low as possible by working with our amazing volunteers, who give their time and skills for free.
As part of our modernisation program, TAFE NSW is embarking on a landmark investment program to renew our facilities so students get hands-on skills for jobs and employers get a job-ready workforce in the future. TAFE NSW is investing in our best practice training approaches, broadening our reach and providing training in a mix of different ways so students can get job-ready where, how and when they want.
02 9780 5756
The Multicultural Network’s vision is to empower and strengthen the multicultural communities of South West Sydney.
A secular non-profit independent community based and managed organisation, The Multicultural Network Inc. (TMN) works to support, resource, and advocate for the diverse communities in South West Sydney to bring about positive social change and improve the lives of the most vulnerable.