Community


 

Come and join the group for an informal friendly support group chat to help develop self esteem, confidence, general well being and parenting skills on Wednesdays from 10am

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ACE Program’s are structured to help individuals wishing to re-engage in learning to meet their personal, or employment goals but who may face social and economic barriers to participation in formal learning. Programs are delivered in a relaxed community setting, learning is tailored to address the individual’s needs in small groups of adult learners with the flexibility of one on one coaching.

Non-accredited Foundation Skills programs are designed to provide a high level of support and to engage learners into relevant training that develops their ability to function effectively in life, community and work. Non-accredited Foundation Skills may have a focus on any of the following literacies:  Functional literacy—Employment literacy—Computer literacy—Community literacy—Financial literacy—Cultural literacy

 






















The Attorney General’s Department has provided funding for the Northern Community Legal Service to provide a Family Law and Family Violence in the Northern Suburbs of Adelaide.

We can provide to eligible residents:

¨ information;

¨ advice; and

¨ representation.

Community Legal Education session can be provided or arranged on request.

The Service is available at NACYS on Tuesday mornings. 

Bookings required. Phone Northern Community Legal Service on 8281 6911

or NACYS on 8252 2474 to book your appointment.