LATEST NEWS AND STORIES FROM ARA
January 23, 2020
The annual Young Women’s Leadership Camp was held in mid January, with 15 participants from various cultural backgrounds (Afghan, Burmese, Bhutanese, Congolese, Venezuelan – to name a few).
January 20, 2020
Exploring the health benefits of Art Therapy.
January 16, 2020
With traditional food, dance showcases and musical performances, ARA’s Bhutanese Health and Wellbeing Day in early January was a great success. Around 60 people came together at the Twelve25 Youth Centre, with a sign language interpreter available.
January 13, 2020
ARA are seeking socially engaged women and men from culturally and linguistically diverse refugee communities to become Community Educators and undertake our 2nd DV prevention leadership program starting in March 2020.
SERVICES AND PROGRAMS AT ARA
Family SupportServices designed specifically for families. From group programs like parenting courses, to individual services including family counselling.
Financial SupportFrom assistance negotiating with power companies, to workshops on budgeting, to one-off grants. ARA's services are designed to respond to short-term needs and support long-term stability.
General Client SupportBicultural and general case managers provide individual support, advocacy and referrals. Programs range from specialised and intensive services to general programs.
Employment Pathways SupportPrograms to deliver employment outcomes through education, training opportunities, volunteering, and work experience placements.
Migration SupportARA reunites families through our services for both humanitarian and non-humanitarian entrants.
Youth SupportARA is a leading provider of settlement support services for young people. Services include casework, homework clubs, youth hangout, workshops and holiday programs.
Social and Community EngagementTraining for refugee community leaders, cultural awareness training, and an extensive volunteer program all aiming to strengthen the engagement between refugees and the wider community.