The City of Ballarat has released a new protocol on homelessness which aims to address the needs of those sleeping rough in the parks and public spaces of the town. The six-page document lays out [...]
After being granted an Asylum Seekers Visa, fifteen year old Sam and his mother were establishing a new life in Victoria. With both Sam’s father and brother still in detention, Sam and his mother [...]
Interventions with Youth Offenders involved in the court system is something very few people realise Centacare does. The rehabilitation of young offenders and their continued integration into the [...]
When losing someone close to you whether it is a parent, friend, sibling, relative, prominent community member or a work colleague, we all deal with grief and loss in different ways. At Centacare [...]
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Centacare Catholic Diocese of Ballarat is supported by funding from the Australian Commonwealth and Victorian Governments and a number of agencies and local government providers. Individual funding bodies are listed on each program page.
Centacare is the official welfare service of The Catholic Diocese of Ballarat and is a member of Catholic Social Services Australia
Centacare Catholic Diocese of Ballarat ACN: 141 905 820 ABN: 51 857 084 361 Registered Office: Victoria