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About Anglicare Central Queensland

Anglicare Central Queensland exists to assist individuals, families and communities to live to their fullest potential. We work with people of all ages and from all backgrounds, to provide services from crisis intervention to long-term support. Our primary role is to respond to the needs of the vulnerable and disadvantaged in our communities. Our efforts concentrate on foster care and child safety, working with youth, helping people access housing, supporting families, and providing services relating to mental health and disability. Anglicare Central Queensland offers services tailored to meet local needs in communities from the Capricorn Coast inland to Winton.  You can help our services reach those in need by making a donation today.  All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

News

13th April, 2015

Emerald youth find Beauty Inside and Out

Our Emerald youth service is helping local girls recognise their beauty, inside and out. Beauty Inside and Out works with girls aged 12 to 18, and aims to build self esteem and confidence, develop self care skills and foster a Find out more

13th April, 2015

Youth Momentum splashes into 2015

National Youth Week is underway, and in Emerald our Youth Momentum program has kicked of 2015 with a water sports camp. Twelve young people hit the water to learn about stepping outside their comfort zones, setting goals, forging new relationships and building self esteem Find out more

13th April, 2015

Home for Good aims to end homelessness in Queensland

What will it take to end homelessness in Queensland? Home for Good is finding out. Home for Good is a community-driven project funded by the Queensland Government and delivered by the Queensland Council of Social Service and community partners including Find out more

1st April, 2015

Longreach leaders forum to address domestic violence

Anglicare Central Queensland and DVConnect are marking the start of May’s Domestic Violence Month with a forum for community leaders and concerned locals in Longreach on May 4. The Longreach Leaders Forum will be an interactive event to challenge myths surrounding domestic and Find out more


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