Publications and resources

Intereach Annual Report 2017

Published on 24/11/2017

Intereach’s commitment to human rights and the recognition that some people have experienced discrimination and disadvantage has been expressed in a number of significant ways this year.

We continue to prioritise ensuring that the individuals, families and communities that we work with are better off. Over the past year, people have reported that they feel better able to deal with their day to day life, are more connected to their community and are more confident in their roles within their families.

Download and read more in the full report below.

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Community Service Directories

Published on 30/11/2017

Do you need help finding a service in your local area?

Click on the PDF below to find a service, support or information near you. Note: links will take you to an external website

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Intereach Brochures

Published on 05/01/2018

Do you need more information about Intereach? Click on the links below to find out more.

Note: Individual program brochures may be found on each program page.

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Intereach Strategic Plan 2014-17

Intereach Strategic Plan 2014-17

Published on 02/11/2016

Our Strategic Plan outlines our strategic direction for 2014-17 to work toward our vision of strong, supported communities and achieve our purpose to strengthen and improve social and personal well-being for individuals, families and communities; promote and facilitate access, equality and social justice; and deliver services locally that are of quality and have value.

If you would like a printed copy of the Strategic Plan, please contact us.

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Intereach Multicultural Plan 2017-2019

Published on 08/01/2018

The Intereach Multicultural Plan outlines our commitment to working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

If you would like a printed copy of our Multicultural Plan, please contact us.

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Intereach Reconciliation Action Plan 2015-17

Intereach Reconciliation Action Plan 2015-17

Published on 02/11/2016

The Intereach Reconciliation Action Plan, endorsed by Reconciliation Australia, outlines our commitment to reconciliation.

As an organisation, we are committed to reconciliation and our vision is one where we will walk alongside and work together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities and stakeholders through building meaningful and strong relationships. Intereach acknowledges, respects and has a strong sense of pride in knowing that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture is the oldest, continuing, living culture in the world. As our nation focuses on building a reconciled Australia, Intereach aims to create improved life opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples so we can create resilient communities and help build better services that are culturally appropriate.

If you would like a printed copy of our Reconciliation Action Plan, please contact us.

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Local Services in Local Communities Research Report

Local Services in Local Communities Research Report

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Intereach participated in a research study in 2015 to determine how community service organisations contribute economically and socially to their local communities. A report, Local Services in Local Communities: The contribution of NSW Community Organisations was published in February 2016 and can be downloaded below.

The study by Ernst Young looked at three community organisations who work in diverse communities, facing different challenges and who came together to test their economic value to their local areas and to NSW.

Using a different approach for each organisation they found:

  • We can create significant broader value through local employment and purchasing goods and services from local supplier;
  • Our networks can increase productivity and effectiveness by sharing information, capacity building and collaboration; and
  • By providing community infrastructure we can increase the resilience and wellbeing of our local communities.
  • Many local community service organisations are actively adding value to their communities and regions in at least two, if not three of these areas.

Research partners were Intereach, NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS), The Northern Rivers Social Development Council (NRSDC) and Western Sydney Community Form (WSCF) and the study was conducted by Ernst Young.

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Key Intereach Policies

Published on 20/12/2016
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Intereach Constitution

Intereach Constitution

Published on 02/11/2016

Intereach is a Company Limited by Guarantee and works with the Commonwealth Corporations Act of 2001.

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