Welcome to Tripoli and Mena Association   Click to listen highlighted text! Welcome to Tripoli and Mena Association

Government Links

Access to Australian Government Information and Services

http://www.australia.gov.au/

Australian Government online Directory

http://www.gold.gov.au/

National Library Internet Resources

http://www.nla.gov.au/oz/gov/

IndustrialRelations

http://www.industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au/NSW_State_Awards/Which_Award/Social_and_community_services.html

Modern Awards

http://www.airc.gov.au/awardmod/fullbench/awards.htm

Home and Community Care

http://www.dadhc.nsw.gov.au/dadhc/Doing+business+with+us/hacc.htm

LAW Access

http://www.lawaccess.nsw.gov.au/

Aged Care Association Australia

http://www.lawaccess.nsw.gov.au/

http://www.myagedcare.gov.au/

department of social services

https://www.dss.gov.au/

Department of Health and Ageing

http://www.health.gov.au/

Government websites

  • New South Wales Government Main entry point for State government Departements and agencies.
  • Premiers and Cabinet The NSW Premier’s Department is the central agency for the Government of New South Wales, Australia.
  • Communitybuilders.nsw Resources for community workers and groups, including guides on how to form a cooperative, where to get funding for community projects, how to compose surveys and advice on drug and youth suicide prevention. Also contains real case studies, discussion forums and the opportunity to publish your own info to the site. A NSW Government project.
  • Department Ageing, Disability and Home Care (DADHC) DADHC provide support and services to older people, people with disabilities and their carers in NSW.
  • Department of Community Services (DoCS) This site includes essential support numbers and information on DoCS programs, projects and publications.
  • Preschool Investment and Reform Plan Growth Phase: www.community.nsw.gov.au/DOCS/STANDARD/PC_101341.html
  • Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) The NSW Department of Juvenile Justice supervises and cares for young offenders in the community and in detention centres. It provides youth justice conferences for young offenders referred by police or the courts.
  • NSW Department of Housing The NSW Department of Housing provides a range of housing solutions to meet the needs of today’s community.
  • Department of Corrective Services The Department of Corrective Services provides custodial and community-based correctional services as an important element of the NSW criminal justice system.
  • Department of Planning Manages state resources.
  • Parenting NSW Online resource developed by DoCS for people like family support and child care workers, teachers, health care professionals, researchers and policy makers.
  • Commission for Children and Young People An organisation that listens to kids and promotes their interests, and aims to make NSW a better place for children and young people.
  • WorkCover NSW WorkCover NSW is a statutory authority within the Ministry for Commerce. Its primary objective is to work in partnership with the NSW community to achieve safe workplaces, effective return to work and security for injured workers.
  • Commonwealth Government Main entry point for Federal government Departments and agencies.
  • Healthelink EHR NSW Health is piloting a new electronic health record called Healthelink in parts of NSW. Healthelink brings together summaries of health information for individuals from different GPs, hospitals and community health centres and puts it into one secure computer record.

Who We Are?

Tripoli and Mena Association (TMA) Limited is a community based, non-profit welfare organisation. It was humbly established in 1975 by a group of young Arabic speaking migrants. Their main vision was to help people from their community with everyday welfare needs. Meeting these needs enabled the Arabic speaking community to progress and integrate into Australian society.

Since its establishment, TMA Ltd. has expanded and become a unique, little organisation that has achieved big things. Its resource base and service provision are as diverse as the community they endeavour to serve. These resources and services are continually developing to meet the changing needs of the Arabic speaking community.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a quality service to the people of our community through a range of services and programs designed to strengthen our community and promote community connectedness, wellbeing and empowerment.

Vision

A vibrant Australian-Arabic speaking community by working with you through all the stages of your life, and where no-one is isolated or left behind.

Aims and Objectives

    • To help people from the Arabic speaking community strengthen themselves, their families and their community.
    • To increase the Arabic speaking community’s resilience and build social capital.
    • To advocate for, and empower, people from the Arabic speaking community.
    • To continually meet the changing needs of the Arabic speaking community.
    • To deliver our services according to the principles of Social Justice, Access, Equity, Rights, Participation, Empowerment, Inclusiveness, Advocacy, Respect, Duty of Care, and, Values and Ethics.
    • To provide information, referral and support services.
    • To encourage the preservation of the Arab culture and the Arabic language.
    • To promote and encouragemulticultural and cross-cultural initiatives and activities.
    • To network with, and develop, sustainable partnerships with other organisations and services relevant to welfare provision.

The TMA Values

People

Tripoli and Mena Association Ltd. (TMA) respects and values each person. It accepts and supports a diverse range of individuals and encourages them to develop as significant contributors to the community as a whole. It treats all people with honesty, integrity and dignity.

Teamwork

Organisations are much stronger and more efficient and effective when working as a team. The TMA is committed to building teamwork, respect and trust among staff and with clients.

Excellence

The TMA is committed to providing excellence in service provision to the Arabic speaking community and to each other. It promotes a supportive environment, where high performance, accountability, efficiency, effectiveness and commitment to the work of The TMA are consistent characteristics.

Collaborative Partnerships

The TMA recognises that strong partnerships with our community are vital to quality service delivery and we foster cooperation and trust to sustain and promote community relationships.

Equality of Access

The TMA is committed to a high level of physical, social and economic access to its programs and facilities. The TMA provides service without prejudice and promotes understanding and respect among all races, religions and cultures.

رسالتنا

نسعى جاهدين لتوفير ما يكفي من المساعدة الاجتماعية للمجتمع الناطق باللغة العربية من أجل تحقيق أقصى قدر من الإمكانات البشرية والرفاه للمشاركة الناجحة في المجتمع الاسترالي.

الأهداف والغايات

• تلبية الاحتياجات المتغيرة باستمرار للمجتمع الناطق باللغة العربية.

• تقديم المعلومات والإحالة وخدمات الدعم.

• مساعدة الأفراد من الجالية الناطقة بالعربية لتقوية أنفسهم وأسرهم ومجتمعهم.

• زيادة القدرة على التكيف في المجتمع العربي ، وبناء قدرات اجتماعية.

• تشجيع الحفاظ على الثقافة العربية واللغة العربية.

• تعزيز وتشجيع المبادرات المتعددة الثقافات وتعدد الثقافات والأنشطة.

• مناصرة ، وتقوية أبناء الجالية العربية.

• تقديم خدماتنا وفقا لمبادئ العدالة الاجتماعية ، التواصل ، العدالة ، الحقوق والمشاركة ،تعزيز القدرات الفردية، والشمولية ، والدفاع ، احترام واجب الرعاية ، والقيم والأخلاق.

• التواصل مع ، وتنمية وتطوير الشراكة المستدامة مع المنظمات الأخرى والخدمات ذات الصلة لتحسين الخدمات الاجتماعية.

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