Indigenous Support Services
We want to help you find ways to connect with your community through our Indigenous support services.
At Campbell Page we bring together individuals, partnerships and communities in a movement that transforms lives. That’s why we provide both employment and family support services, tailored specifically to meet the needs of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. We offer our specialised Indigenous support services as a way of assisting in closing the gap in Australia.
Indigenous employment support
The Mogo Indigenous Hub offers an open, welcoming place to find free help, advice, and access to our Indigenous support services. The Mogo Indigenous Hub offers the same employment services that are offered through our other employment hubs. However, it additionally offers information about Government services in the area, and information about services regarding housing, financial assistance, drivers licenses, drugs, and alcohol.
NCAP- NCAP Program assists all Aboriginal people aged 16 and over move into training and employment. NCAP is run through our Campbell Page Eden hub where we work with our clients to address barriers, assists employers. The NCAP service works in the far south coast from Batemans Bay to Eden and Cooma and Jindabyne.
Integrated family support
The Boonjaga Munggurra (‘Remember Home’) Eurobodalla Aboriginal Reconnect Services offers young indigenous people aged 10-18 who have left home or are at risk of leaving home free support and advice in all areas of their lives, including, school, home life and the dangers involved in risk taking behaviour.
Additionally, Boonjaga Munggurra offers information about employment and training, assistance with finding safe accommodation if needed, family mediation and an outreach service where Campbell Page employees come to you.
Eurobodalla Aboriginal Youth Project provides young indigenous peopled aged 12-25 information and advice to help them connect with local services. The project assists young Indigenous Australians with school, finding a job, issues within their personal life and any other advice that may be needed.
Mogo Aboriginal Pre-School offers opportunities for children and their families to share their individual cultural needs and beliefs. We work collaboratively with families to ensure that each child’s needs are met, while also creating a fun family atmosphere where children feel at home while learning. The pre-school also offers a locally based and run bus pick up and drop off service. Find out more about our pre-school by clicking the link here.