Line drawing of mother and baby

The Domestic Violence After Hours Service is for women, with or without accompanying children, who are experiencing or escaping from DFV and in temporary accommodation. The service works in Auburn, Parramatta, Holroyd, Blacktown and the Hills Local Government Areas. 

Young woman reading to older woman in bed

Are you an empathetic person with some spare time each week to provide companionship and enhance the lives of others? Supportive care volunteers support people living with a life limiting condition to live as fully and richly as possible. They aim to enhance the quality of life for patients, families and carers.


Upcoming training and events include:
- Early Intervention Skills for Responding to Family Violence
- Good Enough Parenting? Broadening the Lens
- Working with “Stuck Clients”

Australian money

The No Interest Loans Scheme (NILS) provides small loans of up to $1,500 to people on low incomes. These loans have no fees, no interest and no charges. Repayments are over a 12-month period, ranging from $10 to $58 per fortnight. Loans are generally available for the purchase of essential goods and services.

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Parramatta Cumberland Family and Domestic Violence Committee
White Ribbon Day Breakfast
24 November 2017, 8.30am–11.00am
Guildford Leagues Club, 25–55 Tamplin Rd, Guildford

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St Vincent de Paul Society/Revenue NSW
Information Sessions on fines & other debts
Various dates in late 2017 and early 2018
Mt Druitt & Blacktown

Counselling group

Odyssey House formerly Bridges Incorporate has announced its groups in the Blacktown and Doonside areas to support those who struggle with Alcohol and Other Drug issues. The groups cover areas such as mental health, parenting, recovery and anger management.