The Bega Community Expo will be held this Thursday, December 5, at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre.
The event will host a range of local service stalls, including the Mission Australia Homelessness Support service.
"This expo is a fantastic opportunity for the community to come together and provide a place for people to access a range of services all in one place," said Mission Australia area manager for South Eastern NSW and ACT Daniel Strickland.
The event will be fun for all ages, with a barbecue, drumming and face painting.
"The expo is particularly important for people experiencing homelessness or disadvantage for example, who may find it challenging to navigate a number of services in our community," Mr Strickland said.
"The expo is a place to gain information and support in the local area, from family support services and tenancy advice, to public services like transport and energy."
The expo is an initiative of Mission Australia's Tenant Participation and Community Engagement program and the Department of Communities and Justice. It has been made possible by the participation of more than 15 government and community organisations.
The event is free to attend.