Northside Community Forum Inc. is a community based organisation that exists to improve care in our region. Our community of care includes people who are aged, people with a disability, people with mental health issues, and people with a range of other personal circumstances. It includes their friends and family, our members, and other organisations involved in community based care.
Our mission is to provide and promote the best possible community care services throughout the Northern Sydney region. We believe that the most effective way to achieve our vision is to provide and promote the best possible community care services throughout our area of operation - the Northern Sydney region.
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New Turn for Disabled Alternative Road Travel Service
Changes in the way community services will be resourced coupled with increasing demand from customers means that small organisations (in particular) need to think differently about sustaining their service delivery and delivering on their purpose.
Northside Community Forum Inc. (NCF) has been working closely with the DARTS Board and their membership to amalgamate the service. On Monday, 2 March 2015 DARTS will become part of the NCF suite of programs targeting older people, people with disability and their Carers. Special thanks to our funders (Transport NSW) and our supporters (Willoughby Council and North Sydney Councils) for their ongoing support. NCF looks forward to working with the DARTS customers and their families into the future.
Download: Media Release New Turn for Disabled Alternative Road Travel Service [pdf 340 KB]
Presentation from the first of the Leadership Breakfast Series Collaboration: "Getting it Right for Local Communities" which took place last Thursday 5 February 2015 at North Sydney Leagues Club
Download: Leadership Breakfast Series Collaboration: Getting it Right for Local Communities [pdf 445 KB]