Eurobodalla

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Homelessness Resource Guides for Eurobodalla NSW

Eurobodalla Shire is a local government area located in the South Coast region of NSW, Australia.
The Shire is located in a largely mountainous coastal region and situated adjacent to the Tasman Sea, the Princes Highway and the Kings Highway.

The shire chambers are located in the town of Moruya in the central part of the Shire. Other major towns within the shire include Batemans Bay and Narooma. Smaller towns and hamlets include Durras, Nelligen, Mogo, Malua Bay, Tomakin, Broulee, Mossy Point, Rosedale, Bodalla, Potato Point, Nerrigundah, Mystery Bay, Central Tilba, and Wallaga Lake Koori Village.

The Eurobodalla Shire was originally the home of the South Coast Bugelli-Manji and Yuin Aboriginal peoples.  The Council signed a Commitment to Indigenous Australians and a Local Agreement with the Aboriginal Community.

We are working with other partners to provide reliable resources to help those who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless throughout South-Eastern NSW.

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Please click on the link here to read and download the full Eurobodalla path2home Homelessness Resource

 

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Please also browse and download our FREE Homelessness Resource Guide mobile phone App here.

For further information please contact us at Southern Cross Community Housing, or Tel 02 4421 5145.

Emergency Contact Numbers

Police

IN EMERGENCIES CALL ‘000’

Batemans Bay 02 4472 0099
Narooma 02 4476 2044
Moruya 02 4474 2444

Hospitals

IN EMERGENCIES CALL ‘000’

Batemans Bay Hospital 02 4475 1500
Moruya 02 4474 2666

National Hotlines / Helplines (24hrs)

Lifeline 131 114
Suicide Prevention Line 1300 659 467
Kids / Youth Helpline 1800 551 800
Domestic Violence Helpline 1800 656 463
Link2Home 1800 152 152
Parent Line 1300 130 052
Victims Support Line 1800 633 063
Life Goes On 1300 364 673
Alcohol & Drug Information Service 1800 422 599
Crisis Pregnancy Counselling 1300 737 732
Gambling Help 1800 858 858
Cannabis Information & Helpline (2-11pm) 1800 304 050
Dept. of Human Services-Centrelink 136 240
Men’s Referral Line 1300 766 491