Community Sector Information
This page contains information from the community for the Singleton Interagency and is used to keep the Singleton Interagency Members informed about events, projects and services within the Singleton Local Government Area. While reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the content is accurate, Singleton Council does not accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of content. Please contact the original source of information stated in the listings or on the flyers to confirm the information and for further details.
The Singleton Interagency is a group of community organisations and agencies which deliver services in this region. The group meets regularly at 1pm on the second Wednesday of every second month.
If you have information for services in Singleton or would like more details about Singleton Interagency, please email Owen McLeod Community Development Officer: or call (02) 65787599
COUNSELLING SERVICE FOR YOUTHS
Service for youth aged 10-18 years: self-referral or referral by parents, teachers, carers or service providers. Referral form (PDF). For more information email Michelle Burns at Upper Hunter Youth Services Inc. or call 6543 4841.
UPPER HUNTER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES LIST AND DRUG AND ALCOHOL SERVICES
Upper Hunter Mental Health Interagency has put together the Upper Hunter Mental Health Service list (PDF) and the Drug Alcohol Services list (PDF).
APM EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
APM runs a youth employment service for people aged 15-24 years who are unemployed or casually employed and seek more hours or security with a job. For further requirements see
EARLY LINKS INCLUSION SUPPORT
Early Links is an Inclusion Support service which works to facilitate the meaningful inclusion and individual development of children with additional needs. We do this by providing families and educators with clear and accurate information to help understand how to support children’s developing skills. Support is provided in the home and in community settings (such as early childhood centres, playgroups, schools, sporting and recreation groups).
CHALLENGE COMMUNITY SERVICES: PICNIC DAY
Challenge Community Services invites all services and agencies to join their monthly Picnic Day at Maitland Park on the 1st Thursday of every month. This is a good opportunity to come and meet new friends and socialise with new people. For more information see flyer (PDF).
UPPER HUNTER PERINATEL ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION SUPPORT GROUP
The group is run by community members who understand through personal experience. Every second Friday of the month in Scone and Muswellbrook. For more information, call Shannon: 0439 156 645 (Muswellbrook); Katrina: 0411 587 655 (Scone). See the flyer for more information.
HNECC HEALTH LITERACY GUIDE
Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network has published a health literacy guide.
GOOD PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE SECTOR IN NSW
Domestic Violence NSW has published the guidelines to provide good practice direction.
HUNTER NETWORK OF PRACTICE E-NEWSLETTER
Information and training opportunities for the family workers sector.
ENERGY AND WATER OMBUDSMAN NSW
E-Newsletter with sector information and energy saving tips and rebates.