Who are we

Tenterfield Total Care (HACC) is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation, operating as a non-government independent entity. We strive to be the leading community services provider in the New England.

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Social Support

Personal Care

Social Support Group/Day Centre

ACROSS THE GREATER TENTERFIELD SHIRE

PROVIDING SERVICES

We are Registered Agents for MEALS ON WHEELS (More Than Just a Meal) & NDIS (A new way to support people with disability in Australia)

 

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WHY CHOOSE TENTERFIELD TOTAL CARE

Your Life Your Way

Hundreds of people have enjoyed and benefited from the broad range of Services, Programs and Activities we have on offer.

Tenterfield Total Care is an established local organisation which operates under ‘not for profit’ status. We’ve been serving the Tenterfield region since 2000, leading the way as a provider of community services and essential resources. People and community matter to us, and we’ve built our organisation around that focus. We hope to continue meeting the needs of our community members for years to come, and promoting their health and wellbeing above all.

NEWS

New Community Activities

Visit our events page to see some of latest community activities we have coming up – Everyone is welcome to […]

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MEALS ON WHEELS VOLUNTEERING

Tell me more about volunteering As volunteers are the lifeblood of our organisation and we depend so heavily on their […]

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How My Aged Care assessment works

Before you can access any government funded services, you must have a My Aged Care assessment. An assessment helps to […]

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Our Values

TTC strives to make a difference in the lives of others.

It is the right of every person to be treated with dignity and respect.
We are a community of individuals with individual, unique needs.
We manage our services effectively and efficiently, keeping our focus on the people of our community.
We welcome change, and desire to seek continual improvement.

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