Last updated on 25 April 2022
The St Vincent de Paul Society is a lay Catholic organisation that aspires to live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice, hope and joy, and by working to shape a more just and compassionate society.vinnies.org.au | Call: 13 18 12
More than just a treasure trove of bric-a-brac, books, toys, jewellery, furniture, clothing and accessories, Vinnies shops raise funds to allow our members, volunteers and staff to help thousands of everyday people in need of support and hope. The St Vincent de Paul Society reaches out to the most vulnerable in our communities, and by shopping at Vinnies you’re helping us continue our good works, including homeless services for men, women and families; migrant and refugee assistance; support for those living with mental illness; home, hospital and prison visitation; supported employment services for people with intellectual and other disabilities; budget counselling; and youth programs. Visit regularly to check out the many treasures that are looking for their next home – you never know what you’ll discover… Donations of suitable items are welcome – if you’d give it to a mate, it’s perfect to donate! Interested in becoming a volunteer? Pop in and we’ll tell you how.
13 Warby St, Campbelltown NSW 2560
The Nagle Centre
The Nagle Centre is a family care and support service for people and families experiencing crisis and disadvantage in the Macarthur region of NSW.
The Nagle Centre is a joint venture between the Presentation Sisters, Wagga Wagga and St Vincent de Paul Society, Wollongong Central Council.
Who is it for?
Everyone is welcome at the Nagle Centre. There is a particular emphasis for people and families experiencing crisis and needing support.
22 Iolanthe Street, Campbelltown NSW 2560
Macarthur Case Management Services
Macarthur Case Management Services is a specialist homelessness service operating in the local government areas of Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly. We provide client centred case management for women with accompanying children who are homeless and or at risk of becoming homeless we offer crisis accommodation, advocacy, support, prevention and early intervention.
Who is it for?
Women and children who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless and or escaping domestic and family violence.
88 Queen Street, Campbelltown NSW 2560
The Rendu House Drug Health Day Program provides a non-residential alcohol and other drug (AOD) rehabilitation program for people seeking treatment for alcohol and other drug dependence or misuse.
Rendu House is committed to providing high quality, innovative and flexible treatment responses underpinned by evidence based practice, holistic client centred case management, trauma informed care and inclusiveness.
Services Include a 12 week non-residential day program and Co-occurring Drug and Alcohol and Mental Health support. Outreach programs are also available to those who need assistance to access drug and alcohol treatment services.
Who is it for?
This service can be accessed by people who are over 18 years old and experiencing problematic drug and alcohol use or dependency.
- Self-referral call (02) 4621-5500 to complete the referral over the phone
- Referred by a service, clinician or GP contact us by phone or email to request a copy of the referral form
Suite 1, Level 6, 171-179 Queen Street Campbelltown 2560