A supportive employment centre.
For a small team, we have accomplished a lot and continue to support the disabled
community in many ways.
Being a non-profit organisation, we struggle to raise funds to support the well-
being of people in various ways such as through our second-hand-shop, and
supportive employment programs, through donations and bequests. There are
many ways that you can get involved, and many ways that we can support you if you
or a loved one has a disability. Look at your family and extended families and
you will see someone who is a disabled person, not only by visual but can be a
stroke victim, have mental health problems and other unseen disabilities –
these are some of the people who walk through our doors looking for help and
support. DCS provides a ‘family’ atmosphere which all attendees enjoy and
who attend daily to enjoy the comradeship
of individuals and families helped over the decades.