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Capturing the Moment is a new photographic exhibition from SydWest Multicultural Services and features some of our newly arrived refugees and migrant clients from our English Conversation classes.
SydWest Multicultural Services and Mt Druitt Ethnic Communities Agency (MECA) are pleased to announce a new initiative, the Neighbourhood Buddies, that will connect new settlers and their families with a resident local to Blacktown or Mt Druitt. The process will assist in building networks, knowledge, navigation skills, social and cultural participation that will improve social cohesion and a sense of belonging.
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to share that the Glenwood Seniors Social Support Group has been coming together for ten years and recently celebrated their anniversary.
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to announce that they have been successfully sub-contracted to deliver the new National Community Connector Program (NCCP), an initiative of the NDIS through National Ethnic Disabilities Alliance (NEDA).
SydWest Multicultural Services is a COVID Safe workplace.
With COVID-19 pandemic announced in early March 2020, the Leadership Team at SydWest Multicultural Services mobilised to ensure we were doing everything we could to look after our people – staff and the community.
SydWest Multicultural Services is pleased to announce that it has relocated to a new office in the heart of Mt Druitt, with doors opening to the public from Thursday 20th August 2020.
As a member of the OWDVN (Outer Western DV Network), SydWest abhors the use of violence against women and encourages everyone to speak out. In concert with our OWDVN partners, we have released a Joint Statement regarding domestic violence homicides in Blacktown City.
Our Community Connection Coordinator (CCC) met John (not his real name) and his brother after receiving a referral from Fairfield Hospital.
Upon visiting the brothers at their home in South West Sydney, our staff discovered that the brothers were not receiving any supports and were not managing at all to live on their own. Their only sister lives far away and did not understand how NDIS could help her brothers.
Refugee Week 2020 Poetry Recital - CLICK HERE to download the Poetry submission form
SydWest is calling for your poem to celebrate Refugee Week 2020
Submit a 5-line poem about what it means to be in Australia to you, starting with Now I call Australia Home.