CatholicCare is the official welfare arm of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Sydney. As an instrument of Christ’s liberating presence in the world, CatholicCare provides for the social and emotional wellbeing of communities, families and individuals.
We operate at 23 sites across metropolitan Sydney from Neutral Bay to Liverpool including the Sutherland Shire, and deliver over 100 programs in the areas of:
• Ageing, Dementia and Disability Care.
• Employment, Training and Support Services.
• Children, Youth and Family Services.
• St Patrick’s Business College.
In accordance with our Vision, CatholicCare promotes the dignity, equality and participation of persons through approximately 280,000 occasions of service during the year.
The work of CatholicCare is guided by the Catholic tradition of compassion and concern for social justice. Our role is to facilitate the development of individuals, families and communities most in need, through quality services, research and advocacy.
Our services include family and relationship counselling; counselling for drug, alcohol and other dependencies; parenting and family support; school counselling; mediation and conciliation; marriage preparation; foster care and adoptions; services for children and young persons at risk of physical or emotional harm; employment services and training for people with a disability; St Patrick’s Business College; supported accommodation; respite services; services for the aged and people with a disability and their carers.
The services provided by CatholicCare are inclusive of the whole community regardless of circumstance, ethnicity, religion, economic situation, age, gender or ability. CatholicCare is a member of Catholic Social Services Australia.
CatholicCare is the official welfare agency of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Sydney. The mission of the Agency, as an instrument of Christ’s liberating presence in the world, is to provide for the social and emotional well being of the communities, families and individuals living in the Archdiocese.
CatholicCare’s Vision is for a society in which there is full recognition of individual rights and responsibilities, a society that promotes the dignity, equality and participation of all its people.
• Human Dignity and Worth.
• Commitment to Justice.
CatholicCare’s values define the way that our people relate to the community, clients and to each other as managers, staff and colleagues.
For more information about our programs, please visit the CatholicCare website.