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Spotlight on Mosman House

Spotlight on Mosman House

One of our lovely residents from Mosman House was interviewed for Norths Cammeray’s Community Corner feature in Mosman Daily newspaper. In the article, Julie talks about the support she has received as a Mosman House resident, along with the importance of providing homes to single women.

Julie says, “It’s really important for women that have gone through a very difficult time to have an environment like that, in which to heal, feel safe and secure while remaining connected with the community and nature.”

Thank you to Norths Cammeray for their $3,500 CLUBgrant to help support our community programs.

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Link Wentworth Housing is registered as a NDIS provider of Specialist Disability Accommodation. We currently manage group and respite homes housing almost 300 residents across the northern parts of Sydney.

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