ADNSW partners with Corrective Services to deliver new community hub

Published 13 December 2022

ADNSW, the Good Service Mob and Neami National have partnered with Corrective Services to deliver the ‘Facing the future with strength and hope hub’.

The community hub is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their family who have connections with Community Corrections. 

ADNSW Assistant Community Engagement Officer Narelle Hennessey said the community hub offers a safe place to have a yarn and access services. 

“No one is turned away and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are also invited,” Narelle added.

The Community hub operates from the Minto Community Hall on Mondays from 10am to 12 noon. 

Group huddled under the shade of a tree smiling at camera

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Pictured from left to right: Deborah Markou (Manager, Campbelltown Community Corrections), Annette Finneran (Aboriginal Community Engagement & Cultural Officer, Campbelltown Community Corrections), Narelle Hennessy (ADNSW), Kath Flack-Crane (Service Manager, Neami) and Ivan Broome (Aboriginal Specialist, Neami). 

Last updated:

16 Dec 2022

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