The Community Centre plays an integral role in the Newcastle community as safe and welcoming place for homeless persons and people living on the margins. The Centre provides a place where some of the most lonely and vulnerable people in our community are supported to address key issues, such as personal health, drug and alcohol dependence, mental health and housing needs. Responding with compassion, practical care and support, the service assists clients in developing skills to build independence and resilience.
Our community centre on site is a great way to meet up and socialise with friends and family. It can also be booked for a range of social functions and gatherings for residents.
Our Community Centre provides vulnerable and disadvantaged people with access to much needed food services such as low-cost groceries and crisis food packs. Follow these 4 easy steps to access our food support services: 1. Visit one of the shops during opening hours 2. Fill out a registration form and receive a registration card 3. Select your grocery items and enjoy a coffee or tea 4. Pay a small donation and collect your groceries