We deliver essential community services spanning aged care, child and family, emergency assistance, financial health, food and nutrition, homelessness, mental health and mental health carer support, including specialised support for young carers, and NDIS and disability services.About us
We can help you understand the aged care system and discover the range of services, for which you could be eligible. We can remove the worry, and easily help you understand your choices. Then, we can ensure your chosen aged care services are delivered to you at home. Helping you stay in your own home and in control of your life.
Comprehensive, wrap-around support to help people to find a place to live and make a home and a nurse practitioner service providing free professional health services to children and families using our homelessness service.
If you’re on a low income, managing your daily expenses can be tough. We provide food, assistance with bills and expenses, basic budgeting advice and connection to support services.
We are a registered NDIS provider who provides tailored individual supports that give you choice and control.
We offer a range of services including intensive in-home support, supported playgroups, parenting programs and groups that focus on helping children and families improve their social and emotional wellbeing, strengthen their relationships and live positive lives.
Promoting healthy eating and supporting people to make healthy food choices.
We provide mental health services as well as support for carers of people with mental health issues including specialist support for young carers.
Free, confidential and non-judgmental support for people who are experiencing financial difficulty.
Torrensville Community Childcare Centre is a community of educators and families who are committed to developing each child’s full potential by providing high-quality care and individually tailored education for children from birth to school age. As an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation, we care about your child’s needs— not making a profit— and reinvest all surplus funds into the centre to benefit the children. *A UCWB Social Enterprise.
We are a registered NDIS provider who provides assessment, diagnosis and therapy for children, teens and adults. *A UCWB Social Enterprise.
Our volunteers make a difference in the lives of the people we support. As a UCWB volunteer, you would be provided with a thorough induction and training to help you perform your role. If you are required to have specific skills to qualify for a volunteering role, we will provide you with funded training. All volunteers are required to undergo a screening background check from the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion. We can assist you to do this.
We provide exciting challenges and excellent rewards and our strong values-based culture makes us a highly sought after workplace. By joining us, you will be part of an organisation that values its people. If you share our values and want to contribute to making a difference in the lives of others, we want to hear from you.