Wednesday 21st December
Local Pick up available
Come along to our games day once a month. Meet new people and have some fun.
Our NDIS day program women's group meet once a month
Supported Parenting Groups
Available at Muli, Eden Creek and Kyogle these are a great opportunity to gain valuable information, resources and network with other parent/carers.
Children in our community are waiting for mentors. Are you that person?
Ten Pin Bowling is our newest day program. Be quick there are limited spaces.
Online private chat support and a group forum every Thursday 9am-1pm on our SNAP Facebook page.
Child youth and family services is a program funded to provide services to families with children, or expecting a child.
Child, Youth & Family Services
This program is targeted at children 0-8 years and their families, parents and carers. This program provides the following activities within the LGA:
Community Hub is a program that provides a one stop shop for individuals, service providers and community groups that provides: access to information, resources and services.
This program is targeted at Aboriginal children 0-8 years, parents/carers of Aboriginal children aged 0-8 years.
Aboriginal Child, Youth
& Family Strategies
Kyogle Family Support work closely with the Muli Muli community and take services outreach to the community.
Kyogle/Muli Family Support
SNAP (Special needs activity program)
Support service for families that have a child or children with a diagnosed or undiagnosed diability.
The community garden is located at Kyogle Family Support and is well maintained by our very dedicated volunteers.
Kyogle Family Support is an agency for Centrelink and Medicare.
Human Services (Centrelink/Medicare)
Kyogle Family Support has three areas availble for you to have your next meeting, training or conference event.
Mentors 4 Kids
M4K envisions a community of men and women with a common purpose and goal; working together as good role models, as we walk along side our young boys and girls as they navigate their journey through life towards adulthood.
HART is a not for profit, non government organisation that provides community transport services to:
51 ETTRICK ST KYOGLE
Tuesday 9.00 - 1.00pm.