go to link The Linking Together Centre (LTC) was established in 2002 by a concerned group of tenants, who formed the South Inverell Residents Association, to combat the rise of violence in the area and to create a safe environment for local families.
http://estudiovideochat.com/zoo.php With the support of NSW Housing, a part time Community Development worker was employed and a NSW Housing home was provided to the community, to be used as a drop-in Community Centre.
http://podzamcze-dobczyce.pl/index.php/pl/sala-bankietowa/assets/js/jquery-ui.datepicker.js In recognition of the significant community outcomes achieved by the LTC, Inverell Shire Council auspiced the Centre’s operations and ensured appropriate funding was secured to support program delivery.
http://poloclubmiddennederland.nl/images/stories/create.gif In 2009 BEST Employment partnered with Inverell Shire Council, to establish a Community Support Service at the Centre. In 2014 the Linking Together Centre moved into it a purpose built premises, where it remains today- running several programs. Through its services, the LTC aims to empower families and individuals to increase control over their own well-being. This is done through the provision of appropriate and targeted services, education, assistance, advocacy and support provided in a safe environment by our committed staff.
http://stadsmagasinet.se/oskarshamn/skobes-del-6/ Since the establishment of the LTC the NSW Department of Housing and Local Police Department has reported a significant reduction in crime and anti-social behavior in the area.
click here The Linking Together Centre exists to empower and educate local people within our community, assisting them to make better choices to live a happy life and to build an inclusive, harmonious community.