Discover the benefits of Behaviour Support programs for adults

Today, with all that is going on in the world, it can be stressful to maintain a positive, upbeat attitude. You may feel the burden of difficulties weighing you down as you go about your daily life, or you could feel incredible anxiety over things that are out of your control.

The connection between New Year’s resolutions and World Religion Day

As we draw closer to the start of the New Year, people are contemplating how to start 2021 off with their best foot forward. The New Year offers a time when we can put the problems, mistakes, and regrets of the past year behind us and begin afresh.

Have you heard about our Healthy Young Men Program?

In 2017 approximately 75% of people who died by suicide were males. While visiting schools and the community, CatholicCare’s Central Coast Family Centre received repeated requests for a program for young men that would help them navigate relationships and help them to understand what respectful relationships look like, while promoting positive mental health.

Reducing street sleeping – the Together Home program

During COVID-19 there were over 1,200 people street sleeping across NSW. As part of the Premiers promise to reduce street sleeping by half by 2025, a $36.1 million funding package was announced by the Department of Communities & Justice (DCJ) to fund community housing and support providers to make available 400 homes and support packages for clients who have a chronic history of experiencing homelessness across NSW.