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DANCE, DANCE, DANCE, DANCE …..

Brighter Futures Dance Against Family Violence – Front Page News in Casino by Deb Felton Practice Leader – Brighter Futures The song Break the Chain has a strong message of empowerment and hope, and highlights the importance of the community standing up...

Happy Student Placement at CNC

So much has happened since August when I started student placement at Casino Youth Service. CYS has provided me with so much more experience than anticipated. From the moment I started I have felt like a valued part of the team. The CYS team Annika, Linda and Lee are...

Casino Youth Centre (CYS) News

Casino Youth Service conducted a computer workshop in the July school holidays which was facilitated by Isaac, a young person who has, in the past, engaged with the service and who has exceptional IT skills. Along with the stand-by assistance of CNC’s super-ace IT...

Splendour was splendid

Splendour in the Grass 2017 As a PASH (Positive Adolescent Sexual Health) Consortium member, and for the fourth year since the consortium’s inception, Casino Youth Service (CYS) assisted with the sexual health peer education training of eleven young people from Casino...

Event was a great success!

Casino Homelessness Connect Day Success The Casino Homelessness Connect Day hosted by Casino Neighbourhood Centre on August 9th was a smashing success. The relaxed atmosphere was enjoyed by all in attendance.  Service providers ranging from North Coast Community...

Homelessness Connect Days

Homeless Connect Days Event – August 9 It’s a great community day and just some of the fantastic free events are: FREE HAIRCUTS, CLOTHES, BBQ LUNCH, TOILETRIES, MUSIC & FUN! Would love to see you there! Lesley Goldsworthy General Manager, Casino...

A love of photography pays off

Matthew Smith-Tracy has turned his love for photography into his first published work. Matt (a participant of Casino Neighbourhood Centre’s Abilities and Wellbeing Centre Day Service) has a love of photography and has been a photographer since 2009.  He...

Transition to Work …. works!!

Abilities & Wellbeing – Transition to Work Stevie Roberts is a participant at the Abilities and Well-Being Centre who is working hard to achieve his goals through the transition to work program. Stevie is highly motivated and has completed a vocational...

NDIS Success Stories

NDIS Success Stories Danielle Bright, Support Planner at Casino Neighbourhood Centre tells these two NDIS success stories … 1.  We have a participant that lives in a remote area, 110 km from Casino where she receives support. The person attends Respite in Casino...

Healing Through Art is a project run in collaboration with the “ Mid – dung Meer Gnoy “ Tabulam Goori Community Hub & Child & Family Project and the Aboriginal Social Support Service Casino Neighbourhood Centre. The project encourages our Aboriginal Community members and clients to come together to reconnect in kinship with their community. Yarn Up is a good way to get to know our community and to give and share our food, we also provide information and referrals to our people who attend. We see this as a non intrusive way of sharing our knowledge to our people and to us as Aboriginal Workers to learn from our community as well. All the items are resourced from the Jubul Aboriginal Community land and handmade. If you would like to know more, Information is available from Mary Torrens Bell [02 6666 1473] Deb French [02 6666 1473] or myself 02 66622898
Anna French
Team Leader
Aboriginal Social Support Service