Centacare Consumer Advisory Committee

Centacare’s Consumer Advisory Committee plays an important role in improving services and support for Centacare clients and the communities we serve.

The group brings together people with a range of perspectives on the way we provide services and engage with our community.

The Centacare Consumer Advisory Committee is made of up to 10 members from diverse backgrounds and includes people of different ages, gender, socio economic backgrounds and cultural traditions. This group reflects the communities we serve and includes people with a disability, older people, people who experience mental illness and people who have experienced domestic and family violence; as well as current or past consumers and their family members or carers. At least one position on the advisory group is made available for a person who identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. In order to ensure diverse representation it may be that some consumer interests are represented by members of peak bodies.

The advice and information provided by the Centacare Consumer Advisory Committee is shared with our governing body, Centacare Council, and senior leadership teams.

Expressions of interest in becoming a member of the 2025 Centacare Consumer Advisory Committee will be invited in November 2024.

Download our Terms of Reference


You don’t need to have any experience on boards or councils to apply to be a member of the committee.

If you have questions about the committee, would prefer information in an alternate format, or would like to express your interest in future membership please email [email protected].