Regional Neighbourhood House Networks

The 16 Regional Neighbourhood House Networks operate across the State in a variety of ways.
At the local or Network level the Networks (most of which employ a Networker) provide local support and advocacy for Houses and Centres in that Network. They are autonomous, community-managed and incorporated bodies. Their work is varied and complex, and is reflective of the requirements of their member houses and centres, the communities of these houses and centres, the broader sector, and the community at large.

Networks are also an integral part of the NH and LC sector. Their relationships with their member houses and centres, with each other and with the ANHLC, other organisations and the broader community are an essential element of the sector.

Networks play a key role in representing the views and needs of members and act as an interface between members and the ANHLC, local government and state governments, other organisations and the broader community. Their governance and operational training and support enhance the capacity of their members to operate effectively to meet funding requirements and local community needs.




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