Community Migrant Resource Centre runs a number of projects and is involved in many networks. Take a glance at some of the work we do.
The Settlement Services Project (SSP) is funded by the Department of Social Services and designed to respond to the needs newly arrived migrants, refugees and humanitarian entrants experiencing difficulties in accessing mainstream services.
The Western Sydney Youth Transitions Support Workers Project (YTSP) is funded by the Department of Social Services. It connects newly arrived refugee youth with exciting education and employment opportunities, building meaningful connections with their local communities.
The Early Intervention and Perinatal Project is funded by the Department of Family and Community Services (FaCS) under Families NSW. The project works to improve outcomes and well being for families with children 0-8 years by providing support for parenting, facilitating support groups and access to appropriate services in the Parramatta and Holroyd LGA's.
Business Connect is a dedicated and personalised NSW Government program that provides trusted advice to help you start or grow your small business. CMRC is engaged by the NSW Department of Industry to deliver multicultural advisory services in various languages to businesses in Metropolitan Sydney and NSW state wide.
The Multicultural Support Workers Project (MSWP) is funded by Family and Community Services (FaCS) and helps to equip FaCS staff with language support and cultural information when working with CaLD families to ensure that constructive and appropriate interventions and case plans are implemented.
The Young Storytellers is a project that taps into the creativity of young people and provides them with an outlet to tell stories they are passionate about. It is also a photography and videography service for other organisations and individuals.
Multicultural Services Network (MSN) is a bi-monthly interagency mobilising resources, organisations and workers in the local LGAs of Holroyd and Parramatta.
The Hills Multicultural Network (HMN) has been established to work towards cultural harmony and provide an ongoing forum for networking, information sharing and collaboration in The Hills Shire.
Beyond Diversity packages CMRC’s over 20 years worth of insight, expertise and skill into tailored cultural competency training and consultancy. Beyond Diversity supports not-for-profits, government and business to meet the challenges of migrant and refugee settlement.