Northside Community Service

At Northside we pride ourselves on establishing and providing services for our clients that are collaborative and creative.

Working alongside our community members, the Northside team routinely makes braves decisions about program design, service delivery and sector engagement. We challenge long held beliefs about the capacity of people to make choices and decisions about their lives and their service journey and in doing so achieve sustainable and long term outcomes for the people we engage.

About Northside Community Service

We are a community-based, not for profit organisation established in 1976 through the efforts of concerned people wanting to provide and develop support and services for residents of North Canberra.

Today we employ over 200 staff, along with an active volunteer program and operate an annual budget of over $9 million. In responding to the needs of our community we currently deliver a diverse range of services, including:

  • children’s services
  • services for older people and people with a disability
  • home support, transport and social programs for seniors   
  • support programs for young people and families 
  • women’s housing and emergency relief
  • social groups
  • venue hire for community activities

Our Approach

At Northside, our team routinely makes braves decisions about service delivery, client involvement and sector engagement. we challenge long-held beliefs about the capacity of clients to control their service journey and in doing so have high expectations of our clients knowing what is best for themselves.

Our Mission

Providing exceptional services that support people to improve their lives. To find out more about our commitment to our clients, visit our website.

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Northside Community Service is a LGBTIQ.DIRECTORY partner.


  • Street: 2 Rosevear Place
  • Postcode: 2602
  • State: ACT


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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

Working together for our community. LGBTIQ.DIRECTORY is produced by FUSE Magazine in partnership with A Gender Agenda, Capital Region Community Services, Communities at Work, Meridian, Northside Community Service and Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT.