MAKING A DIFFERENCE
You can help too
There are many ways you can become involved with Molongo Support Services to help those who really need it..
Read about the various opportunities below.
Your donation is a valuable source of income to assist us to pay for things that our mainstream funding doesn’t cover.
We value the important contribution of volunteers and are committed to encouraging volunteers to work alongside staff for the best outcomes for clients.
At Molonglo Support Services we believe that a diverse and inclusive workplace is essential to our wellbeing.
Molonglo Support Services
Molonglo has a strong and competent team of case managers, support workers, specialists domestic violence workers from diverse backgrounds.
We are skilled and experienced in dealing with complex issues around domestic and family violence, homelessness, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, social isolation, poverty, relationship breakdown and discrimination.
Our team identifies people’s needs and develops strength based case management plans or referral supports by setting short and long-term goals with them.
We work closely and effectively with other local support agencies to provide supports that work.
REAL WORLD STORIES
We pride ourselves on building positive relationships that best support people.
Here are a few of their stories...
Your Place Housing Support Service
I was a previous client at Your Place and accessed many of their amazing services including Louisa House. When I first presented at the organisation my daughter and I was escaping a very severe Domestic Violent relationship and our whole lives had been turned upside down. I trusted no one but the staff were so supportive.
In 2022, Molonglo Support Services successfully tendered for Staying Home Leaving Violence (SHLV) program for the Queanbeyan Palerang region. Funding is provided by Department of Communities and Justice NSW to assist vulnerable women and...
Each year we pay our respects to all of the women who have lost their lives to domestic and family violence in Australia. Last year it was on the banks of the Queanbeyan River and...