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Address

3 General Bridges Cres
Daceyville
New South Wales
2032

Sydney Multicultural Community Services

Welcome to Sydney Multicultural Community Services (Sydney MCS). We are a community non-profit organization providing a range of community services in response to identified needs of people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

OUR MISSION
“Sydney Multicultural Community Services is a non profit organisation committed to the direct relief of suffering among people who, because of barriers such as poverty, isolation and disability are not able to enjoy the advantages of this society”

OUR CENTRE
Our Centre is committed to providing direct relief of suffering and enhancing the quality of life of people from CALD communities, including the aged, newly arrived migrants and refugees and those in crisis, suffering from language barriers, isolation, frailty, disability, sickness, dislocation, poverty, disadvantage, destitution, misfortune and helplessness.

OUR AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Our Centre’s main objectives are:

  • To encourage and facilitate development and empowerment among ethnic communities.
  • To promote and facilitate participation and cooperation between ethnic communities.
  • To develop and enhance greater understanding amongst funding bodies and local service providers of the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse communities and ethnic groups.
  • To provide direct aid and support to culturally and linguistically diverse members of the community, including the aged, newly arrived refugees and migrants, people in crisis, people who care for someone with a disability or dementia and families with young children.

Services and assistance are offered to disadvantaged migrants, refugees and humanitarian entrants, regardless of sex, religion, political affiliation or ethnic background. Those who have a relative or friend who requires assistance can visit the Centre and speak to our staff who will ensure that all issues are dealt with at the highest level of sensitivity and professionalism while assuring confidentiality.


Phone: (02) 9663 3922

 


  • Community access/Social participation
  • Community transport
  • Home visiting
  • In-home personal care
  • Residential care home
  • Respite and support
  • Skills development
  • Social development

  • Complex support
  • High and low support

  • Aboriginal Support Worker
  • Administration
  • Communications Coordinator
  • Community Care Worker
  • Community Transport Officer
  • Corporate/Management
  • Frontline Professional
  • Frontline Support
  • Information Officer
  • Kitchen Staff
  • Manager/Supervisor
  • Personal Care Assistant
  • Residential Support Worker
  • Social Educator
  • Transport and Facilities
  • Transport Coordinator
  • Volunteer