CareSouth calls for more families to consider fostering siblings this Families Week
CareSouth is joining with The Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) this National Families Week (May 15-21) in calling for more foster families and potential adoptive parents
CareSouth Champions: Zac's Story
Zac* is 12-years-old and, along with his older brother, cares for his Mum when she goes through bouts of depression.
Enjoying Easter with vulnerable children
School holidays, Easter and chocolate – it can be the triple whammy of triggers for young people who have experienced trauma.
Celebrating World Happiness Day
What is happiness? It is an age old question that we have all asked ourselves at one time or another, devoting countless hours to mulling over the meaning of life.
Raising Awareness on Violence Against Women
Here at CareSouth we have a wellness initiative each month to draw our attention to issues surrounding not just our industry and sector but our well-being, and communities we live in.
Community Hub - Bringing People Together
When CareSouth opened its purpose-built Berkeley building three years ago CEO Deb Tozer wanted the space to belong not just to our staff and clients but also to the community.
International Women's Day 2017 #BeBoldForChange
This year International Women’s Day (IWD) asked us to be bold for change, but are we? They encouraged us to call on the communities we operate in or just on ourselves to forge a better, more inclusive, gender equal world.
White Ribbon Accreditation at CareSouth
CareSouth is an organisation that promotes its values – respect, accountability, compassion, integrity and inclusion - through everyday actions.
Casual Support Workers - Wagga Wagga
We Need You.
Vulnerable kids don't need a hero, they need you!
Trauma for some at Christmas, the importance of being mindful
Christmas, according to the song, is the most wonderful time of the year, and for many of us that is true. But Christmas can also be one of the loneliest times of year, particularly for children who have experienced abuse and neglect or are living in Out-Of-Home care.