ECS's COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
RESPONDNG TO IDENTIFIED ISSUES & NEEDS WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY
Esperance Care Services (ECS) has created and provides a safe, nurturing and caring not-for-profit Christian based community organisation. People from all walks of life are empowered and equipped through the provision of:
- Food hampers
- Emergency relief
- Crisis assistance
- Pastoral counselling
ECS supports those experiencing poverty, hardship or suffering by fostering hope for people when they have none. We are committed to demonstrating the love of Christ by valuing kindness and compassion, person centredness and social justice based on trust, honesty, integrity, equity and compassion throughout the community.
As part of providing the above services, ECS has developed a range of programs responding to identified issues and needs within our community.
These programs have included:
M&Ms (MAKING MEMORIES)
Run by Esperance Care Services, M&Ms is a free program that gives children aged 9 -12 years an opportunity to engage in fun activities with a values theme (e.g. Community, Teamwork, Kindness, Respect, Communication). Find out more...
The aim of this course is to provide encouragement and skills for women looking to re-enter the work force or take up volunteering or study opportunities who are lacking the confidence and knowledge to take even the first step to reaching their goals. Find out more...
COMPLEX TRAUMA TRAINING
Our goal is to develop a 'trauma-informed' community that supports children, youth, adults and families so we can help them heal from their experiences and associated complex developmental trauma. Find out more...
NULSEN IN NOVEMBER
Esperance Care Services supports Nulsen Primary School with their annual school and community day.
ECS offers a range of activities and groups to support and foster positive family interactions.
Esperance Care Services supports people to gain experience and confidence in a range of skills to enable them to enter/re-enter the work force. We have also collaborated and advocated on behalf of individuals or a group, to other services, agencies, and/or government to provide programs that were within their service’s domain.