About Us

About Us


Our Mission

Craigieburn Education and Community Centre Inc. (CEACC) is committed to providing services to meet community needs that are affordable and accessible which encompasses the requirements and wants of the community.

Our Statement of Purpose

 CEACC is committed to:

  • Developing and enhancing the growth of the residents of the Craigieburn community through education and social programs.
  • Providing a meeting place with a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
  • Enhancing the lives of the residents through activities that meet the needs of the community.
  • Bringing residents together by providing and maintaining an effective meeting place.
  • Encouraging participation in activities and decision-making by residents, users of the house and workers.
  • Ensuring CEACC and its services are accessible to the whole community particularly to those who are disadvantaged in anyway.
  • Assisting residents in identifying the social needs of the community and assisting in addressing those needs.
  • Facilitating the sharing of information, resources and skills.
  • Assisting the residents with information, referrals and opportunities beyond Craigieburn.
  • Facilitating links with other community organizations.

Our History

In 1992 gaps were identified in the existing services in Craigieburn. As a response to these identified gaps, the former Shire of Bulla, (now the Hume City Council), the State Government and local Non- Government service providers established there was a need for a Community House in Craigieburn.

The Shire with assistance from the State Government of Victoria, (Community Services Victoria), made a commitment to the capital costs of the building for the establishment of a multi –purpose Community House in Craigieburn.

The House opened on October 16th 1994. The design of Selwyn House is multi – functional in order to provide a meeting place as well as to house existing community services in Craigieburn, such as the Maternal and Child Health Centre. A purpose built crèche is registered for Occasional Child Care and staffed by qualified workers.

Funds from the Department of the Premier and Cabinet made possible a planning   project to see the development and implementation of a model for the Community House which would be suitable for the needs of Craigieburn.