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Aboriginal people

Call us, or drop in for a chat. We listen to what’s happening for you and your family, and then suggest some things that might help.

All Intereach services welcome Aboriginal people and their family as an important part of the broader community, and can offer support aimed at meeting your specific needs.

Our commitment:

  • We will listen to you;
  • We respect that local people and local community know best; and
  • We will be accountable to the community.
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Community Links

Finding the right support when you need help can be hard. It can seem like there are no local services, or there are so many services – it is confusing to work out where to start. Intereach provides Community Links in all Intereach offices as a friendly, accessible, single point of access to information, resources […]
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Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI)

Intereach, as the NDIS Early Childhood Partner, will deliver Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) supports for children aged 0-6 years with developmental delay or disability in the Loddon, Murrumbidgee, Goulburn and Mallee areas. What is the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach? The ECEI approach supports children aged 0-6 years who have a developmental delay or disability […]
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Community Transport

Do you need transport to help with your shopping, medical appointments or social outings? Intereach Community Transport can help older people, people living with a disability, including children and their carers, people who are transport disadvantaged and Department of Veterans’ Affairs support recipients, to stay independent and connected to the local community. Where does the […]
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A couple of older people who are wearing sunglasses whilst riding along on mobility scooters. One is a woman and the other is a man, both have grey hair. Example of Home Care Packages recipient

Home Care Packages

Intereach offer Home Care Packages in New South Wales and Victoria. We employ local, friendly staff that work with you to get the most from your Home Care Package and tailor support to meet your needs. If you need a bit of extra help with cleaning, cooking, shopping, laundry, showering or gardening to stay independent […]
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Children and Schooling Transition Project

Aboriginal Children and Schooling Transition Project

Need help getting your children started in pre-school? Interested in attending playgroup with us at your primary school? The Intereach Aboriginal Children and Schooling Transition Project works with children and their families to get started in the education system and stay involved. The project can help with practical support such as organising uniforms, organising transport, […]
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Aboriginal Family Support

Are you an Aboriginal family who is struggling to deal with issues such as grief and loss, unemployment, financial hardship, legal issues, parenting, budgeting, living skills, anger management or need support as a victim of domestic and family violence? Aboriginal Family Support Workers can help talk you through issues and provide practical support that will […]
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Playlink is an informal gathering of people every Tuesday that gives you a chance to catch up with family and friends as well as learn more about the services that are available to help you. Playlink is for all, including mums, dads, carers, kids, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family. At our gatherings, we […]
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Commonwealth Home Support

Commonwealth Home Support

At home Maintaining your home and staying well can become more of a challenge as you get older. Intereach provide practical help that will make it easier for you to: keep your house clean start your day well with personal care maintain your house so it is safe give your garden a good clean-up once […]
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Community Hubs

Finding the right support when you need help can be hard. It can seem like there is no local services, or there are so many services it is confusing to work out where to start. Intereach provides Community Hubs in Deniliquin (Neighbourhood Centre), Corowa, Finley, Hay and Cootamundra that are friendly and accessible single points […]
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No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS)

Do you need finance, but don’t want to get stuck with credit cards you can’t repay? The No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) provides safe, fair and affordable credit for people or families on low incomes (below $45,000 for singles or $60,000 for couples). How does it work? NILS loans can be used for the purchase […]
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A first Australian Aboriginal man standing and grinning towards the camera. He has black and gray hair. He is wearing a red, white and black Rugby union jumper. He is standing beside a white cinderblock building with two cars, colored red and white, in the background. The skyscape features deciduous trees whose leaves are turning brown.

Community Skills Project

Would you like to get involved in your community and learn some new skills? The Intereach Community Skills Project can help you to get involved in activities that make a difference to your life, and the place where you live. So, how does it work? The Intereach Community Skills Project works with people from low […]
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