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Rising Domestic and Family Violence after the floods

Although the devastating flood disaster in Northern NSW has now moved into the recovery phase, experts say a new crisis is emerging. Natural disasters can unmask or intensify domestic and family violence (DFV) due to factors like trauma, family disruption, psychological distress, financial hardship, and housing displacement.

Giving back to the community for almost two decades

Bill Timms has been volunteering at our Connections Centre for eighteen years, and decided to retire from his long-term career as a security officer in Sydney.

Regaining independence after having a stroke.

Last year, our (SIL) client, Carol, proudly received Momentum’s Bravo Award acknowledging her hard work in increasing her independence abilities in her home.

Momentum Collective launches sustainable affordable housing

Momentum Collective is excited to announce the official launch of the much-needed affordable housing building in Casino.

Kerry and Lindsay share a bond that is untouchable

Today is National Sibling Day, a date created to show appreciation and love for your sibling or anyone who shares a bond that feels like a sibling.

Momentum Collective’s unsung heroes.

Our courageous staff members worked tirelessly through the thick of the floods to ensure that our clients, families, and everyone in our communities received support.

Today is International Women’s day (IWD) 2022

Today is International Women’s Day (IWD). It is a day we come together to reflect on the progress made, call for change, and celebrate women’s achievements worldwide. 

Gavin shares his story on the power of music on his Mental Health.

Gavin is one of our incredible Mental Health clients from our Connections Centre in Tweed and he shares with us the effects music has on his Mental Health.

Our new disability centre in Grafton is officially open! 

We are excited to share that our new disability centre officially opened its doors during its grand opening event, marking a new era for the Clarence Valley region.