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Homework Helping Hand

Homework Help Available again at Casino Neighbourhood Centre every Monday 3:30pm – 5:30pm at The Hub.  check out our flyer for full...
Explore the possibilities expo

Explore the possibilities expo

Explore the possibilities expo On August 17th, the abilities and well being team attended the explore the possibilities expo at Ballina RSL. The day was a success with the number of people attending the event doubling from previous years. Approximately 400 people...
McCracken Park

McCracken Park

Development is soon to be underway at McCracken Park, Boronia Crescent. Richmond Valley Council is seeking the communities feedback and suggestions in regards to how the development takes shape. Priority will be for accessible and interactive play equipment, as well...
Richmond Valley Business Awards

Richmond Valley Business Awards

Community and social services award Casino Neighbourhood Centre recently attended the Richmond Valley Business Excellence Awards, hosted by Casino Chamber of Commerce and the Richmond Valley Council. We are humbled to have won the award for excellence in community and...
Child protection week event

Child protection week event

Child protection week event Please join us and be a part of the Casino Child Protection Week Event. Where: Casino Neighbourhood Centre When: Thursday 8th September Time: 10:00am – 4:30pm Event program 10:30am – Launch of Kites made by Casino High School...
Free tax help!

Free tax help!

If you want free help filling out your tax return and you are on a low income, our trained Tax Help volunteers may be able to help you. Tax Help is a network of ATO trained community volunteers who provide a free and confidential service to help people complete their...
New Counselling Room

New Counselling Room

We would like to announce the completion of our new Counselling Room at the Neighbourhood Centre. Our star employee Linda Lee has put in a huge effort to create a comfortable space for clients in need. Linda had an exceptionally tight budget to work with and she has...
We rocked the Casino Beef Week parade

We rocked the Casino Beef Week parade

Two months of planning has paid off! When we decided a few short months ago that we would participate in the upcoming Casino Beef Week festival parade, we wanted to tailor our float to the festival theme “All around the world.” One of our staff’s...
It’s National Reconciliation Week

It’s National Reconciliation Week

What is National Reconciliation Week? Each year National Reconciliation Week celebrates and builds on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. Every year, National Reconciliation Week is defined by two...
Community dinner was a smash!

Community dinner was a smash!

Thanks for making our candlelit dinner in the garden so special. You may remember our special invitation to dinner under the stars a short few weeks ago. For those of you that came along on May 12th, it was a privilege to share our meal, conversation and company with...

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