The following community services and agencies co locate in our Tweed Heads South and Tweed Heads Offices. To contact these services please follow the links.
Social Futures is a social justice organisation based in Northern NSW. We have more than 40 year’s experience as a regional leader, advocating with the communities we work in; working in partnership with others; and providing services that promote inclusion, fairness and social justice. Our work encompasses homelessness and housing supports, youth and family services, programs that promote genuine participation for people with disability, community sector support, professional development, and systemic advocacy.
1800 048 310 (9am–4.30pm)
In an emergency call Link2Home
1800 052 052 (24 hours)
Email: connectinghomeTweed@socialfutures.org.au (Tweed)
Family Referral Service
1800 338 774 (8am–6pm)
Transport Development Project Officer, Development and Innovation
P: 02 6620 1881 M: 0417 832 286 (Mon-Thurs)
(02) 6620 1800
Family Relationship Centres are a source of information and confidential assistance for families at all stages in their lives.
Centres have a focus on providing family dispute resolution (mediation) to enable separating families achieve workable parenting arrangements outside the Court system.
Whether you are going through separation, starting a relationship, want to make your relationship stronger, or having relationship difficulties, the Centres can help.
Carers NSW is the peak organisation for carers in NSW. We provide support and advice to carers through our range of specialised programs and services. We can also provide information about person centred approaches, individualised funding and other initiatives.
If you look after a family member or friend with a disability, mental illness, drug or alcohol dependency, chronic condition, terminal illness or who is frail, then you are a carer.
In the Tweed area, Carers NSW provides counselling to carers through the National Carer Counselling Program. This counselling can provide emotional support so you can talk thing over with someone who understands. The counsellor can provide support face to face, over the phone, individually or a group setting with other carers.