Advance Diversity Services
E: email@example.com T: 02 9597 5455
Address: Suite 231, 7-11 The Avenue, Hurstville NSW 2220
Languages: Arabic, Cantonese and Mandarin
Advance Diversity Services (ADS) is a leading non-profit organisation that empowers individuals, families and communities from diverse backgrounds to fulfil their potential. We provide quality community services including in-home aged care, social groups for older people, disability services, settlement support for migrants and refugees, emergency relief, and community development initiatives. Our service area is South Eastern Sydney including Bayside, Georges River and Sutherland Shire local government areas. ADS offices are located in Hurstville, Rockdale, Bexley and Sutherland. Initially established in 1981 as St George Migrant Resource Centre, ADS has strong connections and experience in working with local communities, organisations and services, different levels of government, businesses and stakeholders. We have extensive knowledge of culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Our culturally diverse workforce and volunteers speak over 30 community languages. ADS is a values-driven organisation with an active commitment to social justice, compassion, inclusion, empowerment, integrity and collaboration.
Founded in 1979, Ethnic Community Services Co-operative (ECSC) is a not-for-profit organisation. We were established to respond to and work with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities across NSW to support their needs, and we continue to do so as a not-for-profit charity organisation. ECSC works to foster equity of access and social justice across the aged care, early childhood and disability sectors through various programs and provide services to CALD people, including early childhood age to 65 and over that are designed to support their various needs in different stages of life. While our primary target groups are people from CALD backgrounds who face many barriers in accessing services, we continue to provide services to all Australians who may seek our services. We also assist and support the service providers across the sectors to make their services culturally appropriate, so that access to service is equitable to CALD people.