Our venues at West Wallsend, Newcastle Elderly Citizens Centre (NECC), and Tighes Hill are well equipped to meet the needs of our elderly and disabled community members.
Our dedicated Activity Shed facility is at West Wallsend, with a great variety of activities from woodwork and artwork, through to bowls and golf, with lunch provided.
Nutritious, fresh food is prepared in commercial kitchens, so that you can enjoy nourishing meals in the comfort of your own home.
Our much loved walking group for those living with dementia, happens every Friday starting from our West Wallsend community centre.
Call us on 02 4961 2686 to find out what is on offer in your local centre, and if transport is an issue our Community Transport team will get you there and back again.
We understand that every person has unique needs, and Mercy Services can tailor an affordable solution to suit your needs – all part of our commitment to delivering exceptional care in our community.
Our Community Transport team are dedicated to getting people who are transport disadvantaged, out and about. We can take you to a variety of destinations including social outings, appointments and shopping trips. Click here for information on COVID-19 from Transport for NSW.
Our 44 bed facility in Singleton is set in a quiet area on the edge of town offering exceptional care to our residents. Our residents are treated like family - with activities, comfortable rooms, and delicious food choices at every meal.
Our locations across Newcastle, offer a wide range of activities for older people, as well as people living with a disability, to enjoy a professionally prepared hot meal, meet new friends, enjoy music, bingo, games, and activities.
Mercy Services offer a range of programs to assist families and individuals with a range of issues relating to housing and substance abuse support.
McAuley Outreach Service is continuing to provide support for clients through phone contact and video calls.
We will continue to accept new referrals until we reach capacity.