Lou’s Place is a women’s refuge that provides a wide range of services, facilities and inspiration to women in need to promote their autonomy, dignity, growth and self-worth through acceptance and respect. Lou's Place focuses on strengths, personal responsibility and positive change.
Lou's Place - a safe place for woman
Settlement Services Project
With more than 10 years' experience in the sector, the Auburn Diversity Services Inc (ADSi) Settlement Services Team is providing assistance to newly arrived migrants, particularly refugees and humanitarian entrants from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background living in the Central Western Sydney area, under the Settlement Grants Program (SGP) funded by the Commonwealth Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC).
Auburn & Berala Playgroup and Sudanese / Multicultural Playgroup
Aurburn Diversity Services Inc (ADSi) Family Services provides early intervention and family support to newly arrived migrants and refugee families with children 0-8 years. We have bilingual support workers speaking Dari / Farsi, Sinhalese, Tamil, Karen, Mandarin and Hindi. The main aim of the project is to connect families to social and support networks to foster the wellbeing of both children and their parents.
The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust has a commitment to take its expertise ‘beyond the garden walls’ and serve the broader community through innovative outreach programs.
Vinnies Van - Sydney Night patrol
This service consists of two St Vincent de Paul vans, operating seven nights per week excluding New Year’s Eve, providing a meal, blankets, toiletries, snacks, hot beverages and most importantly, companionship to people experiencing or at risk of homelessness within the inner city of Sydney.