Community Links Wellbeing is a not-for-profit non-Government community organisation working in Wollondilly, Camden, Campbelltown and Wingecarribee Local Government Areas.
The service supports all members of the community and provides resources to help achieve positive personal and community outcomes through community development, events, groups, workshops, youth programs, crisis support, carer support, family support, Allied Health and Mental Health Services.
Community Links Wellbeing supports the community by providing services for individuals, families, young people and seniors. We provide programs and opportunities for social connection for community members across their lifespan. Our organisation works closely with other specialists such as disability, mental health and counselling services. We can refer individuals and families to these services or advocate on your behalf.
Community Links Wellbeing works with individuals, families and communities of the Wollondilly, Camden, Campbelltown and Wingecarribee Local Government Areas to build a strong and viable infrastructure that will support disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the community and provide them with the capacity to effectively manage their lives.
Community Links Wellbeing has a deliberate, defined process focused on activities and person- centred practice that is responsive to community needs and improving individual and collective capacity. Our Continuous Quality Improvement processes aim to maintain our standard of best practice service within Social Services and Health Services
Community Links Wellbeing acknowledges the Dharawal people and the Gundungarra people are the original custodians of the land on which Community Links Wellbeing is situated and we are committed to working in ways that are both supportive and empowering of Aboriginal people and their families and communities.
Community Links Wellbeing respects the values, culture and heritage of the Aboriginal people and we will endeavour to promote this respect in all the work that we do.
Community Links Wellbeing’s vision for reconciliation is that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are able to connect with our services in a culturally secure manner and to strengthen our solid foundation of respect, relationships and opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and community organisations.
Community Links Wellbeing has a commitment to cultural diversity and respect for Aboriginal people and does not tolerate racism, prejudice and harassment of any sort.