CEO – Weipa Community Care Association Inc.
Community Development Officer
Rachel is currently in this role for 6 months and joined the team in February 2019. Rachel has worked as Support Worker for our Crisis Shelter and assists with this role when required, she is also the No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) Support Worker. Her role includes developing and nurturing community relationships by engaging various networks through centre based activities, events and workshops in surrounding areas of Weipa and Cape York.
Youth Alcohol and Other Drugs Case Manager
Cape Youth Connect Coordinator
Family Day Care Coordinator
Lauren has recently joined the team and has previously worked with Weipa Community Care in various roles. Lauren currently works along side our Family Day Care Educators throughout Weipa and surrounds.
Support Worker – Shelter
Domestic and Family Violence Counsellor - Weipa North West Cape Healing Services
Op Shop Supervisor
Become A Volunteer
There are several ways you can volunteer at Weipa Community Care Inc. from assisting in the Op Shop, Café, Administration to helping at events and in the Healing Services. Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community while meeting new friends and gaining valuable experience and skills.
Robert Cedar – President
Chris Newman – Treasurer
Tracey Jia – Secretary
We would like to pay our respects to and acknowledge the Traditional owners and custodians of the land we work, play, walk and dwell. We also pay our respects and thanks to the Elders of past, present and future. Services are funded by the Department of Housing and Public Works and the Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors and the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women. Family Day Care is funded by the Federal Government and in partnership with Rio Tinto and Weipa Town Authority. NILS is funded by Good Shephard Micro Finance and National Australia Bank.