SydWest Multicultural Services assists newly arrived refugees, humanitarian entrants and people from non-English speaking backgrounds to become empowered and a valued part of Australian society. Our bilingual community care workers provide quality aged care and disability services to people across the region.

 mervat and her group 2Empowering Refugees, Humanitarian Entrants and New Arrivals

hamide and clients 2Empowering the Aged, People with Disabilities and their Carers

 P1060063 (3)Empowering Families and Children

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Empowering and Engaging Youth

  IMG_1872How SydWest has helped one refugee family


30 years
This year marks SydWest’s
30th Anniversary

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Pride of Australia winner

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Refugee Stories of Courage
Meet Ramia who left war-torn Syria in 2010 with her husband and six children. 

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TAX HELP comes to SydWest
Helping financially disadvantaged people to complete their tax returns.

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Healthy and Active Living in the Home
A pilot program helping elderly clients at home.

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Going Home, Staying Home Program
A new service helping people from non-English speaking backgrounds to secure housing.

Learner Driver Mentoring Program
Assisting financially disadvantaged people through the license journey.

officials1Blacktown Standing Together
A Day of Action involving local community leaders banding together for harmony and solidarity and a united multicultural community.