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 and services for the community.

How does it work?

An Intereach office is like a community hub where people can drop-in and get information, assistance and resources that enable them to access local services that might help.

We provide practical help such as:

  • Finding the right service or information when you need it  in person, via email, phone or post. We can give you brochures, forms, phone numbers or community service directories and refer you to other organisations;
  • Making appointments, phone calls, discussing support options, filling out forms or helping to write a letter;
  • Assisting you to use the fax, photocopier, computers, data projector, TV, kitchen, or hiring a room where available;
  • Making an appointment with one of our visiting services such as legal advice or financial counselling where available;
  • Support you to develop skills, participate in community and achieve your goals.

Click here to see the wonderful work Intereach does in the community.

Who can access Community Links?

There is no assessment process or criteria to access support through Community Links. Community Links is for any community member, any age, including people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, and/or LGBTIQA+.

Community Links can also support people with disability, and people with mental health conditions who are not receiving funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and who may require support to link to their local community or apply for NDIS support.

Where are they located?

Community Linkers are located in all of our offices across our footprint. Visit our contact page for a map and contact details.

Is there a cost?

There is no cost to access support.

Community rooms are available for hire in some offices. Contact us for further information.

Download Community Links Brochure
Community Links Brochure
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Contact
Toll free 1300 488 226

If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service:

TTY users
Phone 133 677 then ask for 1300 488 226
Speak and Listen users
Phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 1300 488 226
SMS relay users
SMS 0423 677 767
Need an interpreter?
Phone 131 450 then ask for 1300 488 226

 

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