Provides targeted support to women from CALD backgrounds to help them overcome individual barriers and re-enter the workforce.
SSI supports people to access the NDIS and other services and supports in the community.
Supports people living with disability, injury or health conditions to participate more fully in the workforce.
Our goal is to attract, train and help retain support workers in the home care sector across NSW and the ACT.
Youth Collective empowers young people from migrant, refugee and multicultural backgrounds to participate in activities that help shape service delivery planning, implementation and outcomes that impact them.
The Community Hubs Program aims to support migrant and refugee families in navigating the education system and building family capacity.
Helps participants transition from full time caring responsibilities to employment.
Bankstown Arts Centre will celebrate Refugee Week 2022 with “Homelands”, a free, family-friendly festival, on Saturday, June 25.
They say home is where the heart is, and for people seeking asylum in Australia this can be a difficult question to answer. For most of them, ‘home’ oscillates between the memories of the homeland they left behind and of a new place that is unknown but filled with hope.
Almost 100 people, including young people, gathered to learn about the unique challenges and opportunities facing young migrants and refugees at a dedicated Youth Symposium last month.
A new purpose-built facility will streamline the recruitment and training of home care workers entering the sector, as well as assist home care providers with their hiring and retention strategies.
Allianz Australia and Settlement Services International (SSI) have awarded 34 deserving refugee students with SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarships, providing vital funding to access technology, pursue their education, and obtain local qualification recognition.
Every member of our community should feel they belong. SSI has been supporting refugees and working for a more socially cohesive society for over 20 years.
SSI welcomes the news that the NSW Government will extend financial assistance to foster carers or people in care until the age of 21, bringing the system into line with all other states and territories.
Settlement Services International (SSI) is observing NAIDOC Week this year by not only celebrating First Nations art and culture but also contributing to the Indigenous economy and self-determination.
Harmony Week, March 21 to March 27, marks our country’s rich multicultural identity.