Community Navigator

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Community Navigator

What is the Community Navigator Program

IMPACT Community Services’ Community Navigator program is tailored to help eligible persons between 18-35 that are on the Cashless Debit Card (CDC) with the support and guidance they need to overcome any of life’s obstacles and achieve greater independence and wellbeing.

This program also delivers education and skills training to participants meeting CDC card eligibility and people from priority groups including those who are:

  • Unemployed
  • Young people under the age of 18
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • People with a disability

With the inclusion of other participants if there is capacity in the program.

IMPACT’s specialist support workers can assist people to access appropriate services, including financial counselling, education, training, communicating with landlords and real estates and to support your individual needs.

  • Are you in need of support to turn your life around or get through a rough patch?
  • Fed up of hitting brick walls?
  • Do you live in the 4670 postcode?

Are you on the Cashless Debit Card and in need of support to turn your life around or get through a rough patch? IMPACT Community Services is Bundaberg's Local Partner for CDC, visit our Cashless Debit Card page for more info

Are you homeless or at risk?

For immediate help, please call 1800 47 47 53

Services and resources

Visit Bundaberg Regional Council Housing assistance page. Need to know who to call, please follow the chart below.

Download the full brochure including  emergency relief contacts for Bundaberg. IMPACT Community Services is working on putting together brochures for other regions .

Need help now?

Domestic Violence Services

How to report a DFV incident Visit Police Website, CLICK HERE or for all other domestic violence related matters, phone Policelink on 131 444, 24 hours, 7 days a week .

Family and child safety

  • Child Safety Central Queensland Regional Intake Service (business hours): 1300 703 762 
  • Child Safety (after hours): 1800 177 135
  • Family and Child Connect (FACC) 13 32 64 to share your concerns for families in your community.

Parenting/mental health support

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