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The Legal Aid NSW Refugee Service is now available to help newly arrived refugees learn about their rights and responsibilities under the law, and to help them to access legal services to prevent their legal problems from escalating. Appointments are available in Fairfield and Liverpool.

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Older people from culturally diverse backgrounds will soon have access to a new restorative care service available through Multicultural Aged Care (MAC) in Canterbury, Hurstville, Liverpool, Campbelltown and Fairfield. The Short-Term Restorative Care (STRC) program is designed to provide more flexible options

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The Youth Housing Options Project (YHOP) is running a three-day workshop to help young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to build their capacity to seek and sustain stable housing and independent living. The workshop is for any young person aged between 15 and 24 years and being supported by a service

Asian child hugging his mother beneath her pregnant tummy

The Brighter Futures program provides targeted support for vulnerable families who are expecting a child or have children up to 9 years of age and are at high risk of entering the child protection system. Brighter Futures is a voluntary program and aims to provide support and services to assist in the improvement

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My Kids and Me: Strengthening relationships with kids in care
4 May–15 June 2017, 10.30am–1.00pm
DAMEC Counselling Service, Level 4, Suite 15, 12–15 Moore St, Liverpool

Four preschool aged children playing on the floor with blocks

Families Together is hosting two information sessions for parents and carers of young children living in Fairfield, Liverpool and Bankstown LGAs. "Building social skills in children 0–6 years"  will be presented by a speech pathologist from Fairstart Early Intervention; "Guiding your child’s behaviour" will be presented by a psychologist from Fairfield Community Health Centre.

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Liverpool City Council is offering Quick Response grants of up to $1,000 to support a range of small-scale initiatives for local residents or organisations. These grants are offered to help increase participation in academic, cultural and environmental fields, for essential emergency support, and for donations via schools