Who is Social Futures?
We work to achieve social equality in regional Australia: supporting collaboration: encouraging action: and helping people to take control and live well.
We work with:
- Individuals and families: providing evidence-based, high quality services to create positive change in their lives.
- Our communities: advocating for community where diversity is valued and people have the capacity to support each other.
- Other services: through leadership and planning, information and training, we aim to maximise our collective ability to create social change.
3 steps to vote ‘YES!’ for Marriage Equality
- Look out for your ‘Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey’ in your letterbox
- Mark the YES box clearly with a tick or a cross. Do NOT write anything else on your form
- Post your vote AS SOON AS YOU CAN – preferably by 27 October.
Votes received after 7 November will NOT BE COUNTED!
LATEST NEWS STORIES
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As a social justice organisation Social Futures see Marriage Equality as one of human rights and equality for all and is actively supporting the Yes Campaign. The law, as it currently stands, is discriminatory and it is up to communities like ours to make sure that there is an overwhelming vote for YES.read more
Come and join us to celebrate the wonderful diversity of our community, express your individuality and promote social inclusion, cohesion and LOVE at the inaugural DIVERSITY WALK!read more
Bathurst Location Full Time Position Part Time Case Managment / Part Time Team Leader Social Futures is a NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) Partner delivering the NDIS Local Area Coordination (LAC) Transition Services in your community. These services will:...read more
To contact your nearest NDIS Local Area Coordinator call
1800 522 679 (1800 LAC NSW)
Social Futures is a National Disability Insurance Scheme Partner delivering NDIS Local Area Coordination services in regional New South Wales during the transition period January 2017-June 2018.
We will support people with disability and their families to plan for the NDIS in advance of the roll out, which starts in many parts of regional NSW in July 2017.
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Watch participants from our Connecting Home Youth program tell their stories of homelessness.