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Lithgow Community Projects provides support, case work, advocacy, information to single adults, families and young people (16+) who are homeless, at risk of homelessness and/or have experienced or are experiencing domestic and family violence. 

-Risk assessments and safety planning to stay in your home or if needed emergency and transitional housing or help to find other temporary and safe accommodation.

-Help with information about domestic violence, relationships, parenting, sexual assault, child abuse, housing, or other difficulties. Referrals and assistance to work with other support agencies.

-Practical support Eg: improve security in current home, secure independent accommodation, manage debts, access legal services or medical assistance, court support.

-Emotional support, counselling. Groups - art and music, social groups, we have a counsellors on staff who are aware of the trauma resulting form domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault
-Case Management: we can assist you in making the changes needed to live your life the way you really want to.

Available to
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
  • Children (<12)
  • Ex-prisoners
  • Men
  • Multicultural community
  • NDIS participants
  • Older persons
  • People living with a disability
  • Rural/farming community
  • Women
  • Young people (12+)
For GP use: IAR Level of Care
  • Self-Management
  • Low intensity
  • Moderate intensity
Areas serviced
  • Lithgow
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28 Main Street, Lithgow, NSW 2790

Services provided
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  • Over the phone

In home service
  • No
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