Monday, 20 June 2016 18:15

The Network

unitingcare network map transpThe UnitingCare network is a collection of the Uniting Church in Australia's service providers, made up of a large number of organisations run at a state or local level.

The network has more than 1,600 sites across Australia, employs 40,000 staff, supported by 30,000 volunteers, and has an annual turnover of more than $2.5 billion.

Services within the network are present in remote, regional and metropolitan Australia, and provide a wide range of services, including aged care, housing and homelessness services, children's services, Indigenous services, addiction services, mental health programs, disability services, and financial counselling.

The network includes a number of organisations with or without UnitingCare branding, such as Blue Care in Queensland, Uniting in NSW and ACT, Somerville in NT, and Juniper in Western Australia.

To find a service within the UnitingCare network, click here.




UnitingCare National Service Principles



We do what we say and believe in honest, transparent, ethical conduct and providing value for money

Person Centred


Our programs and services are designed to hear and respond to the needs and wishes of each person, their family and support network

Co Design


We collaborate, partner and build relationships to design quality policies, services, programs and solutions that work for all people



We are committed to the health and wellbeing of people by providing safe psychological and physical environments



We welcome and respect the diversity of the Australian community



We listen to, and represent, the voice of those in need to empower them and allow them to live a decent life

UnitingCare services are founded on the Uniting Church’s Statement of the Nation and Covenanting Statement which affirm the rights of all people and cultures, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

About us

UnitingCare Australia is the national body for the UnitingCare Network, one of the largest providers of community services in Australia. With over 1,600 sites, the network has 40,000 employees and is supported by the work of over 30,000 volunteers.

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