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MST-CAN Cohort – Workforce Pipeline

CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay has been successful in securing the Family Restoration and Preservation tender for the Multi-Systemic Therapy-Child Abuse and Neglect (MST-CAN) based in Wyong. This is a new service aimed at keeping vulnerable children and families together.

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Free legal advice for Central Coast families

CatholicCare  Central Coast and LEGAL Aid NSW are partnering to offer a free legal advice service at Warnervale. Solicitors will be offering advice on family law matters, including family violence and parenting arrangements. The new service commences  Friday 20 March and continues every first and third Friday of the month, between 9.30am and 3pm at the Warnervale medical complex. Read more - http://tinyurl.com/ks4fyg2

Contact the Central Coast family centre for more information - 4324 5611

 Free legal advice

Media Release 1 July 2014: Continued suppport for women escaping violence

Long standing crisis accommodation centre for women escaping violence, Erin’s Place, is to remain open to provide services to women at risk, despite the former operator of the service choosing not to take up Government funding to keep the service open while it transitions to the new provider, CatholicCare.

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New ELC to open in Woy Woy - 2016

Opening Day is yet to be determined.

HAVE YOUR SAY NSW Carer Survey

We would love you to be involved in developing a new plan for NSW carers. A short online survey is being hosted on the NSW Government's consultation website, Have Your Say www.haveyoursay.nsw.gov.au until 7 March.

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