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Centacare provides ways to help and creating hope for 50 years

Centacare helping for 50 years

Helping hand: “At Centacare, we want you to feel welcome, supported and treated with respect each and every time you access one of our services.’

CENTACARE has been providing support services to the people of South East Queensland for more than 50 years.

The agency’s strong Catholic ethos means Centacare are committed to the entire community, regardless of religion, circumstance, ethnicity, economic situation, age, gender or ability.

Clients can find Centacare services in every corner of South East Queensland. 

With a workforce of more than 3000, including invaluable volunteers, and operating from more than 200 locations, Centacare provides help and creates hope for more than 150,000 people each year.

With funding from both the Federal and Queensland governments, Centacare is able to provide quality services to those in need of a range of services including childcare, support services for the aged and people with a disability as well as relationship education, counselling and support.

An agency spokesman said Centacare was grateful to its “army of volunteers and donors” who enabled their non-government funded work in prisons, hospitals, psychiatric pastoral care and Indigenous communities.

“At Centacare, we want you to feel welcome, supported and treated with respect each and every time you access one of our services,” the spokesman said.  

“We strive to deliver professional and accountable services whilst empowering our clients to find solutions and achieve their goals.

“We live our mission and values in everything we do.”

 

Written by: Staff writers
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