Woden Community Service

Woden Community Service Inc (WCS) is a well established not-for-profit community based organisation that works with people, families and organisations who live, work or study in the Woden Valley area and residents of the non-urban communities of Tharwa and Pierces Creek, Uriarra and Stromlo forestry settlements. WCS has provided a wide range of services to the Woden community since 1969. Programs are funded by both the ACT and Commonwealth Governments and are flexible, responsible and person-focused.

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WCSWoden Community Service Inc plays an active role in developing, supporting and maintaining the social and cultural diversity of the Woden community. We strive to ensure community participation in equality of access to all the services we deliver.

The diversity of our programs reflects the diversity of the community and we work with other partners to deliver services relevant and responsive to community needs. These include a range of Children’s Services Programs including two child care centres, Family Day Care, After School Care; a well established youth centre; community development programs covering the Big Issue, housing support for ACT public, community housing tenants and private rental tenants and mortgagees, assistance with housing for older people as well as community transport and social support groups, individual and family support, community access and living skills programs for adults who live with a disability, two mental health programs for people aged over 16 years; and a vibrant volunteers program to support the work of the organisation.

People living in the Woden Valley are encouraged to contact Woden Community Service for information about their programs or ways that they might be able to assist you. If you have any ideas about activities or services you would like to participate in or issues of local concern that you want to raise, please contact WCS.
Phone (02) 6282 2644
Email: wcsadmin@wcs.org.au

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