The ACT Council of Social Service (ACTCOSS) has welcomed some key recommendations from the Inquiry into Annual and Financial Reports 2020-21 by the ACT Legislative Assembly’s Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety.
Leaders of Canberra’s community, housing and business sectors have today called on the ACT Government to address the ACT’s housing crisis and commit to further action in the 2022-23 ACT Budget.
In recent weeks, the ACT Council of Social Service (ACTCOSS), the Canberra Business Chamber, the Property Council, ACT Shelter and the Community...
Leaders of Canberra’s community, housing and business sectors have called on the ACT Government to address the ACT’s housing crisis and commit to further action in the 2022-23 ACT Budget.
Welcome to the second issue of our wellbeing newsletter! This newsletter is designed for frontline workers of the ACT Community Assistance and Support Program (CASP) – which includes volunteers and staff of subcontracted organisations.
In recognition of National Reconciliation Week 2022 and Reconciliation Day in the ACT, the ACT Council of Social Service (ACTCOSS) is inviting ACT community sector workplaces to answer the question below to enter your workplace into a draw for a Reconciliation Week 2022 bundle, including
On 28 April 2022, ACTCOSS hosted a community sector forum with a range of candidates for the 2022 federal election. The forum was an opportunity for local dialogue with a local focus.
Members heard from party/independent candidates present:
With half of the ACT’s community sector organisations expecting worsening financial situations and no federal funding for psychosocial support programs past June 2023, Canberra’s community-managed mental health sector is facing a funding cliff.
ACTCOSS joins a number of organisations in calls to end the ACT Government's practice of forced relocation of public tenants.
Canberrans living on low incomes are being hit hardest by the biggest increase in cost of living in over 20 years. Far from sharing in an economic and community recovery, more people are seeking support from ACT community sector organisations due to the rising cost of living and declining income support.
The ACT Council of Social Service (ACTCOSS) has welcomed a significant step by the ACT Government towards reducing gambling harm by in the Canberra community.