provide supported accommodation facilities for individuals with high support needs who cannot live with their natural family due to breakdown of family relationships or due to the child or young person’s emotional/mental health or behaviour
provide financial support for individuals with a care or support history to further their education to help break the cycle
provide advocacy for individuals to ensure they are heard with empathy and without discrimination and understand their rights
promote education as a method of breaking the care cycle for individuals with a history of care needs
work in partnership with individuals and their families, other service providers and the community
ensure the continued maintenance of a safe, healthy and supportive environment for the wellbeing of staff, management and clients who use the service
Improving the lives of at-risk children and families is at the centre of everything we do.
CASPA Services Ltd. acknowledges the First Nations people upon whose stolen lands we operate. We recognise that this land was never terra nullius – the land belonging to these people was never ceded, given up, bought or sold. We recognise their continuing connection to their land, language, waters, sky and culture. We must consult with the Community and centre Indigenous values and experiences in all that we do. We pay our respects to Aboriginal Elders, past present and emerging.
CASPA is committed to safe and inclusive places, policies and services for people of LGBTQI+SB communities, people living with a disability and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and their families.