Both the Australian and NSW Government offer services to help you live work and be an active member of your community. These services can help you to get a drivers licence, find a job or pay part of your medical expenses. You may be able to use the service online but in some situations, you will need to visit a service centre.
Centrelink is a part of Services Australia. Centrelink delivers payments and services for retirees, the unemployed, families, carers, parents, people with disabilities, Indigenous Australians, students aged 16-24, apprentices and people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Centrelink may be able to help you find a payment or service that is suitable for you and your family.
You can visit Centrelink online at: W servicesaustralia.gov.au or you can visit a Services Australia office at 6 William Street, Singleton
Medicare is a national health care program that offers free or reduced cost medical care to Australian and New Zealand citizens as well as some permanent residents of Australia. To see if you are eligible for Medicare please visit the website or a Department of Human Services centre.
For more information please visit Medicare online at: W servicesaustralia.gov.au or visit a Services Australia office at 6 William Street, Singleton
Service NSW can help you access a range of government services. Service NSW can help you apply for a NSW driver’s licence, pay vehicle registration fees, register the birth of a child, apply for a marriage certificate and access many other government services.
Service NSW offers a free website translation service to help you access information in your preferred language, or you can visit a Service Centre in Singleton.
158 John Street, Singleton
NATIONAL RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITIES & JUSTICE
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITIES & JUSTICE/MULTICULTURAL POLICY & ENGAGEMENT
Multicultural Policy & Engagement coordinates the Department's policy & engagement with diverse communities. The unit provides leadership and advice to the Department of how to provide appropriate services to Multicultural communities and other diverse communities. We also run legal education workshops that help the community access the Department's services and get a better understanding of those services. We hold Court Open day and Law Expo, we run workshops on DFV and work with religious leaders on upskill their knowledge around DFV, services available and Law in Australia.
T 8688 7450
160 Marsden Street, Parramatta