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Name
Cromwell Community House
Category
Formal groups & organisations
Address
5 Murray Terrace
Cromwell 9310
Postal Address
Same as above
DHB
Southern (Otago)
Phone
View Phone Number
Email
View Email Address
Facebook
Find us on Facebook
Personnel
Manager
Sue Woodard - 022 591 4980
Owner
Cromwell Resource Centre Trust
Coordinator
Karen Palmer - 03 4451690
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Basic information

Given the current COVID-19 environment we have temporarily disabled our ‘feedback’ feature. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The Cromwell Resource Centre Trust governs the Cromwell Community House. The Trust comprised of 5 volunteer trustees and the Community House is staffed by a Manager and a Community House Coordinator. The building is owned by the Central Otago District Council. The trust is grateful to NZ Lotteries, COGS, CODC, Central Lakes Trust and Pub Charity for their continued support of our facility.

The coordinator offers a wide range of information and facilitation to individuals and community groups.

Many services are conducted via the Cromwell Community House (CCH) and as part of the government “ Heartland Initiative.” The CCH has regular contact with government departments and holds many forms for these; e.g. Passport, immigration, IRD, WINZ and many others – please ask.

Regular Clinics held at CCH include
Weekly:
ACC approved Acupuncturist – Mike Carter – Tuesdays
Free Youth Health Clinic Wednesday 2-4pm
Well South Brief Intervention Service ( Counselling)
Twice Monthly:
Ear Health - Wednesdays
Volunteering Central – Wednesdays
Monthly:
Ashburn Clinic
IRD
Visique Peter Dick Optometrist
Community Law Otago – Free Community Lawyer
As Required:
Budget Advice
Private Counsellors
REAP/ Strengthening Families
Family Works
Anglican Family Care
Jigsaw
Community Groups:
Narcotics Anonymous – Wednesdays 6pm
AA – Thursday & Saturday Groups from 8pm

The CCH has contact information for the booking service for the St John Health shuttle for people needing to attend medical appointments in Dunedin.

We also produce the community directory, which has contact information for various support groups, sporting organisations as well as cultural and recreational groups. Please contact CCH if you need any community information

Our coordinator welcomes your enquiries and will endeavour to provide as much assistance as possible, whilst empowering clients to solve their own problems.

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