Brockman Community House opened its doors in 1986 after a group of Lockridge mothers realised a need for a family focused facility in the area. Thanks to State Government support for their idea a purpose built centre was erected fro their Associations use. We function as a Community House which encompasses our Family Support Program, Childcare and Outside School Hours Care.
The Family Support Program continues to receive funding from the Dept for Communities to assist Brockman Community House in meeting its vision
A HEALTHY, INCLUSIVE AND EMPOWERED COMMUNITY
Brockman Community House are governed by a Board of Management made up of community members. All staff and Board members work together to ensure we meet the vision of our organisation, always pushing forward to provide the best opportunities for our Community. To that end we regularly review and work towards the directives that are set down in the Brockman Community House Strategic Plan which is developed through engagement between Board, Staff, Service Members, Community Members and other local Stakeholders.