Paid positions now available for Family Carers who can offer safe, temporary accommodation to a young person in Lismore, Grafton and Tweed Heads. Are you good with young people? Do you have a spare room in your house? You could make a big difference to the life of a...
Unfortunately due to unforseen circumstances we have to cancel the screening of Call Me Dad at BCC Cinemas in Lismore on Thursday 26 July 2018.
The Clubhouse is calling for more mentors as its popularity grows. The Clubhouse is a creative, safe, out of school space where young people, 12-18 years, can explore new ideas, develop skills and build their confidence. “The role of the mentor is really important....
Tweed Valley NDIS coordinator Susan Knight’s dedication to community services and training has led to her being named Vocational Student of the Year.
Social Futures has been contracted to provide the youth services in Ballina previously provided at B-Space, under a 12-month ‘interim agreement’ with NSW FACS, filling the gap left by FSG Australia which went into administration on 30 June.
Social Futures is celebrating a successful first year delivering Local Area Coordination (LAC) services across more than 80% of regional NSW as a partner with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Social Futures is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $5,000 Splendour in the Grass Community Grant to deliver a living skills program for young people at risk of homelessness. Social Futures Acting Executive Manager, Cathy Serventy, says the grant will be used to deliver Survival Skills, a six-week practical living skills program designed to provide skills and knowledge for young people experiencing homelessness.
The Lismore Clubhouse provides young people with access to technology, resources, skills, and life-changing experiences. We are looking for energetic and skilled mentors (19 years and older) to encourage and inspire our members (school days from 3-6pm).
Social Futures and OTCP are eagerly awaiting the Northern Rivers festival event of the year having joined forces with Splendour in the Grass. A campaign is underway to encourage festival punters to donate their unwanted camping gear to those who can use it after the festival’s end. Social Futures and OTCP will collect the donations, ensure they are cleaned and distribute them to organisations who work with people experiencing homelessness in the Northern Rivers.
Social Futures is seeking Family Carers in Lismore, Grafton and Tweed Heads to provide a safe, home environment for young people aged 12-15 who are at risk of homelessness while our workers support them to heal ruptured relationships and develop positive life strategies.