Community Hubs

Home in Place delivers many services in addition to their housing function to support tenants in maintaining their tenancies, to create sustainable housing communities and enable residents to access wider services provided by partner agencies.

One way we achieve this is by the creation of community hubs which offer tenants and their communities a place to meet, socialise and volunteer.

The hubs host several tenant and community events including free lunches, cheap groceries, holiday commemorations, school holiday programs, community garden activities and sporting programs.

Importantly, the hubs also provide a welcoming base for local support agencies to offer outreach services to tenants and their communities. These services include, but are not limited to, education, training and employment programs, job readiness workshops, financial literacy and counselling, mental health programs, legal advice and healthy cooking workshops.

Community hubs make an important contribution to the sense of community experienced by tenants and contribute directly to our community development vision.

The Meeting Place

Mural at The Meeting Place

The Meeting Place is located in Tumbi Umbi on the NSW Central Coast.

It is a place where local residents can access a range of outreach services and participate in activities that build individual skills and strengthen the capacity of community members, providing support to not only Home in Place tenants but also to the wider community.

Learn more about The Meeting Place

123 Community Hub

Drumbeat class at the 123 Hub in Broken Hill

The 123 Community Hub is a community meeting place for residents of Broken Hill, providing a range of beneficial services and activities that will strengthen the local community.

Just some of the activities on offer at the hub include cooking lessons, Strive to Drive programs, health screening, financial and budgeting help and legal and consumer advice.

Learn more about the 123 Community Hub


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