Neil Jens, Chair of Centacare Housing Services proudly accepted funding from The Ballarat Foundation, CEO Andrew Eales on Monday 22 February. The Ballarat Foundation kindly provided a grant to go [...]
On Sunday 4th October the Ballarat Diocesan Social Justice Commission will be hosting a Mental Health Webinar. The conference is for anyone who wants to know more about mental health in Australia [...]
In the spirit of reconciliation Centacare acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
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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
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