Supporting the Health and Community Services Industry
Welcome to Community Central
At Community Central we have one simple goal - we provide products and services that save time and money.
Community Central was established in 2007 to support Associations and Not for Profit organisations develop tools and resources that are cost effective and allow organisations to devote their time and resources to the things that matter most.
Key to our success has been assisting other commercial and non-commercial enterprises to tailor their software or products to meet the needs of the Health and Community Services Industry.
Whether it’s our simple and cheap communication solutions, management solutions or financial management systems, Community Central provide commercial quality products designed to meet your specific needs.
We look forward to working with you to keep up the good work you are doing helping to support and sustain Australia's communities.
Contact Community Central
Would you like to find out more?
Telephone: 1300 764 643
Fax: 1300 663 515
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Health and Community Services Industry Initiatives
Work Health and Safety Tools and Resources
Community Sector Worksafe
IT Solutions developed for the Community Sector - Onsite or Join the Cloud
Would your staff benefit from being able to access information online wherever they are? Using Cloud Services can reduce the cost of substantial capital expenditure, while providing access to services online - protecting your information in case of an emergency. It also allows the capability to work from anywhere at any time.
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More Info - News Article : Cloud Computing Flagged as Biggest Shift in NFP Use of Information Technology
One Stop Shop for Information
My Community Directory
Community Central Soapbox
3 OCT 2019
Service Linker v2 - Better, Faster
Service Linker has new lease Contact us for more Information
17 AUG 2019
Staff Linker - Engage Staff
S Community Central and Community Information Support Services have developed and launched Staff Linker to engage Staff who may need to be linked to thier community.
20 NOV 2018
Community Information Exchange Turns 2
Working with the Community Information has been rewarding as we have expanded to a trial site in Gladstone - The expanding of the Community Information Exchange with local sites means in early 2019 Service Linker users will be able to "log in Anywhere" - The Community Information Exchange means we can begin phase 3 of of the project in January 2019.
23 NOV 2017
Community Information Exchange in WA
A great announcement this week that the Community Information Exchange is now available in Western Australia
12 NOV 2016
All of Community in one place
We have been part of the development of a new single sign-in process across different community software services in conjunction with Community Information Support Services as part of the Community Information Exchange
15 July 2015 Service Linker logs 5000 events has more questions than answers!
Service Linker has logged over 5000 service delivery events with some interesting results. Contact us for more information
5 NOV 2014 Volunteer Resources available free download
A new Paradigm for Volunteering and tools presented at the Volunteering Australia Conference 2013 are available for free to download - Download here
Feedback would be appreciated!
13 Mar 2014
QAILS State Conference
Understanding how to evaluate social programs is one of the biggest challenges we face. Want some tools and resources? Click here
30 Jne 2013 - Its time to get online
Community Sector Domain Names and webhosting now available... Check out great rates here
29 May 2013 - Service Linker
Next week 3 sites in Logan will beign using Service linker to create better outcomes for thier service users.
9 April 2013 - AccessMyCommunity
AccessMyCommunity has been designed to provide new ways to access information about what is happening locally. Using Open Data we have worked with My Community Directory to create new opportunties. User testing is underway - If you are interested in being involved, please contact us.
05 Decemer 2012 - Local Response
We have been busy supporting My Community Directory and the Local Response Project and the Community Action Toolbox. Local Resposne is all about recognising that the Community Sector are experts in provding care to vulnerable people and by developing strong relationships provide vital services to people during an Emergency. Read More about the Project and Download the Tools.
20 March 2012 - Is it time for an Industry Body?
Do we need to form an employee group or industry body to provide the services that we need as organisations in the Health and Community Services Industry? The Green Paper published by the QCOSS Futures Forum outlines a new way to work together. Read More. What is the difference between a Policy Body and an Industry Body?
16 Feb 2012 - The economic and social contribution of the Health and Community Services Industry.
Each and every Australian depends on services provided by the Health and Community Services Sector to participate in employment, education and family and community life. All Australian's benefit from the significant economic and social contribution of the Sector. The good news in Queensland is that there is a move to recognise the Health and Community Services Sector as an Industry Read More
15 Aug 2011 - "The Community"
Over the past few weeks the government, peak bodies and even the community have been referring to "the community" – before this becomes the next buzz word, lets start talking about "the community" in terms of the Community Sector or parts of the Community Sector such as disability service providers. Without some clarity about what "the community" means, more money will be wasted trying to understand what "the community" needs to prosper.
21 July 2011 – The Transition – It can be tough.
In every project there is a point in time where the big decision has to be made – Is this “thing” going to remain a project and eventually end or alternatively will it become sustainable? Volunteer Alert, a partly funded project through Emergency Management Queensland NDRP funding has made the big transition. Go to www.volunteeralert.com.au – To access this site you must use the MyCommunity Directory Login - it is free to Join My Community Directory.