Community

We all want to live in a community that is safe, well-resourced and a good place to live. Intereach works with many communities and different local residents to build on their assets. The work we facilitate builds upon existing community strengths to develop stronger, more sustainable communities for the future.

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Aboriginal Family Support

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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Pimity

Pimity

Pimity (pronounced Bimitch) is an informal gathering of Aboriginal 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. Meaning ‘Joey’ in Wemba Wemba language, Pimity is for all Aboriginal people, including mums, dads, carers, kids, […]
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Ability Links

Do you live with a disability? Are you a carer or family of a person with a disability? Do you experience some other sort of barrier to living, and getting involved in your local community? Ability Links is a new approach to supporting people with disability. The support we provide assists people to live the […]
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NewAccess

NewAccess is a service designed by beyondblue that provides free and confidential support to help you tackle day-to-day pressures. A NewAccess coach, specially trained and experienced, will support you in setting practical goals that help will get you back on track. How does it work? The service includes six free sessions with a NewAccess coach. […]
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Community Hubs

Community Hubs

Finding the right support when you need help is often confusing. 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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Tenant Participation Resource Service (TPRS)

Tenant Participation Resource Service (TPRS)

As a local community member, it is good to have a say, get involved in the community and know your rights and responsibilities. Intereach Tenant Participation works with social housing tenants in the Murrumbidgee region to provide information and advice, facilitate community activity and support you in the issues relating to your housing. Where is […]
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No Interest Loans Scheme (NILS)

Do you need finance, but don’t  want to get caught with high-interest cards you can’t repay? The No Interest Loan Scheme provides interest free loans for individuals or families on low incomes. It provides access to fair, safe and affordable credit for the purchase of household goods and services. NILS Loans can be used for […]
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Community Skills Project

Would you like to get involved in your community and learn some new skills? The Community Skills Project can help you to get involved in actitives that make a difference to your life, and the place where you live The activities vary from building BBQ’s in local parks to supporting people to get their drivers […]
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