Who We Are

Community Involvement Solutions was founded on the principle of impact through collaboration. We don’t just help people; we work alongside communities and develop long-term solutions to underlying issues that are affecting its members.  

Many of the problems people face are the direct result of their socio-economic status. Unemployment or underemployment can severely impact a person’s quality of life, affecting their mental health, confidence and ability to support themselves and their community.  We take a holistic approach to social support with the end-goal of attaining meaningful and gainful employment. Upward mobility is the cornerstone of self-fulfilment and we work one-on-one with people to identify and dismantle their personal roadblocks to achieve this objective.  

Through counselling, education and mentorship programs CIS help build and strengthen the support systems that are already established within the community. Only through facilitating working relationships at the local level can we can heal, grow and flourish as a society.


For every person to have the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential regardless of their socio-economic situation.


To involve communities through powerful ideas and passionate entrepreneurs so that everyone – especially those in underserved communities – has the opportunity to succeed.


Our primary goal is to provide relief from poverty and mental and emotional distress for people who are experiencing socioeconomic disadvantage. Employment is a key facet of life which provides financial and social benefits, along with opportunities for social inclusion. Those who are able to participate in employment can realise their potential, facilitate recovery from their situation, gain acceptance and support from society and experience job satisfaction. 

Gain Assistance Today

Our programs concentrate on the socioeconomic factors that determines health which includes employment, education and income for in need members of the indigenous community as well as current serving and former members of the Australian Defence Force.

Are you eligible for our programs?

Criteria for ADF members eligible for assistance:

  • Current or former serving member of the ADF • Have mental or physical injuries from your service
  • Have mental or physical injuries from your service
  • Currently experience hardship or lack of employment?

Criteria for indigenous members eligible for assistance:

  • Experiencing financial and/or personal hardship.
  • At risk of engagement in or already be engaged with the Youth Justice system.
  • Currently experience hardship or lack of employment?