Western Sydney MRC welcomes the announcement made on Wednesday 18th August of the $5.5 million to support temporary visa holders, including asylum seekers through grassroots, community organisations.
Volunteers show resilience and compassion towards our clients and communities by supporting our programs across the Western Sydney MRC.
Our Community Leadership Course was organised by Western Sydney MRC in partnership with TAFE Liverpool who designed and delivered the course and funded by Training Services NSW.
Western Sydney MRC welcomes the increased funding on family and domestic violence supports, including the $10.3m for temporary visa holders. As a primary support service for refugees and migrant, Western Sydney MRC has expertise in working with both survivors of FDV as well as men who use violence; and strongly support the funding injection into diverse support areas including emergency accommodation, legal services, prevention and intervention program
PeerLink Community Connectors Admon and Lina and team Coordinator Michelle recently got together at the end of 2020 to reflect on Western Sydney MRC’s PeerLink program.